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Bad Black fires back at Victoria University after they deny she’s their ambassador

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There have been heated discussions on social media in support and against Victoria University after they reportedly appointed socialite Shanitah Namuyimbwa alias Bad Black as their brand ambassador.

Hours after their announcement suffered immense backlash, the university management came out in a statement and denied appointing the socialite in the position. These claimed that they only offered her a bursary to study marketing and English courses,  adding that just like all their students she is also the Institution’s ambassador.

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“Victoria University has not paid any money to Ms. Shanitah Namuyimbwa.

It’s also important to note that all Victoria University students and the alumni are our ambassadors therefore since Ms. Shanitah Namuyimbwa is our student, she automatically becomes a Victoria University ambassador,” the university said in a statement.

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Bad Black has however hit back, insisting that she is their ambassador, by taking to her Snapchat to post an agreement made between her and the university. In the document, she is referred to as a brand ambassador.

“The brand ambassador is engaged in the business of brand marketing through their various platforms and hereby agrees to offer their services to the company subject to terms and conditions of this agreement,” Part of the agreement reads.

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Black explained further that she signed the agreement in presence of her lawyers and those of the university, warning the institutions that they can only deny her at their own Peril.