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“Girls, time is up for trading yourselves on Kampala streets,” Popular ‘sumbie’ vendor Bad Black preaches

Bad Black is that woman who used to be proud of serving her sumbie to different men for money. She is that city man eater who gained fame after feeding her bean to an endless list of Kampala men. She is again that woman who was jailed for stealing millions from her white man.

However, as years passed, she fell in love with a young man, Asha Panda who b0nked her right and decided never to serve her bean to any other man in exchange for cash.

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Bad Black changed her life into a wife material after she was released from prison.

judging from her background, Black is the right woman to look for when looking forward to knowing the benefits and challenges in the sumbie vending job.

Despite getting the good thing from her past dirty job, the City socialite doesn’t advise any girl child to practice prostitution. In her effort to preach against prostitution, the faded singer has advised girl children selling themselves in Kampala to vacate the streets and focus on doing other jobs since sumbie vending job has more harm than the goods.

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According to Bad Black, the government of Uganda is ready to educate girls and give them skills on how to make money rather than using their bodies.

“I am calling upon all girls trading themselves on streets to stop. The government is ready to educate these girls and give them skills to make money. I don’t want girls to be like me because I went through a lot although I was lucky I got successful,” Bad Black said.

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According to sources, the campaign started by the mother of four is fully funded by the speaker of Parliament Hon Anita Among.