Media personalities Sheila Gashumba and Kawalya Isaac Kayz are at war on social media over indecent dress codes.
Sheila Gashumba and Kaiyz work for the same media company but their respect for one another has been put to a test.
Last week Sheila Gashumba hosted an end of year party titled “One man one bottle”. At that party only a few rich friends and fans attended.
Although Kaiyz is not part of the rich friends, he showed up as a workmate but his criticism couldn’t let him shut his mouth.
After the party, Kayz went on the same show Sheila does NBS After5 in her absence and told Ugandans that her attire at the party was disgusting.
With much time to reply to him this holiday festive season, SheilahGashumba went on Twitter and revealed all the bad side of Kaiyz.
Angry Sheila Gashumba told Kaiyz to find his level and mind attending parties in his neighborhood because he doesn’t understand where the world is going now.
Sheila Gashumba went ahead and asked Kayz to stop spreading negativity and chasing clout because that’s not the way to go as a presenter.
“Dear Kaiyz, you grew up watching That’s Life Mwattu and Kigenya Agenya on a black and white tv. I grew up watching live performances of Rihanna and Beyoncé and Disney channel, E!. I’m here to remind you that WE ARE NOT AND WE WILL NEVER BE ON THE SAME LEVEL.
Lol I’ve never seen a tv presenter in my whole life who has wanted clout and relevancy like Kayz 😂😂Stick to attending parties in your neighborhood my dear. Clearly, you can take someone from the village but you can’t take the village out of someone 😂
Anyways jokes, Kaiyz kindly stop belittling, mocking, disrespecting, and spreading negativity around people in the entertainment industry. You are not better than anyone and you are too far from perfect. Use the platform you have to uplift others,” Sheila Gashumba tweeted.
Dear Kaiyz, you grew up watching That’s Life Mwattu and Kigenya Agenya on a black and white tv. I grew up watching live performances of Rihanna and Beyoncé and Disney channel, E!. I’m here to remind you that WE ARE NOT AND WE WILL NEVER BE ON THE SAME LEVEL. pic.twitter.com/SAjVCLoVnF— Sheilah C Gashumba (@SheilahGashumba) December 26, 2022