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Sizzaman, Straka rekindle relationship

For close to four years, WBS TV Late show host Straka Mwezi did not want to hear the name Sizzaman or the singer’s music anywhere in her vicinity. Straka is rumoured to have gone as far as stopping her producers at WBS TV, from playing any Sizzaman song during her weekly Thursday music show. This all came up after Sizzaman failed to show up at their supposed public wedding at Namboole stadium about five years ago.
But a few weeks back, Straka seems to have softened up as one of Sizzaman’s songs was played on Late Show. Callers immediately jammed phone lines with almost the same questions; “had Straka buried the hatchet or had she made up with the father of her second child!”
Straka simply laughed off the questions! However for the past few weeks, different sources have been notifying us whenever they have bumped into Straka and Sizzaman. Indeed, some sources told us that Straka and Sizzaman seem to have rekindled their love affair.
A source who was with the two at WBS TV last Thursday night, told us that after appearing on the Late show, Sizzaman waited for Straka and the two had a romantic moment in the parking lot before they drove to Beach Bar, a hangout situated in Kabusu that is managed by Straka.
A source close to Straka revealed that the TV personality has always had deep feelings for Sizzaman. “She really loved him, that’s why she had decided to marry him!”
Straka and Sizzaman were supposed to get married at a concert-like ceremony that was organised at Namboole stadium, but Sizzaman skipped the wedding after getting news that their wedding-concert had flopped. Straka collapsed and the wedding ended without any serious step reached!
So, just asking, should we expect another wedding Sizzaman and Straka?

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