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Gravity sent 20k for Sylvia Nandutu’s treatment

Sylvia Nandudu performing Luswata with Gravity Omutujju. Courtesy photo

Sylvia Nandudu performing Luswata with Gravity Omutujju. Courtesy photo

Sylvia Nandutu was the unmissable queen dancer on local artiste Gravity Omutujju’s crew. So, earlier this week, thugs attacked and beat her in Mbale where she, and Gravity had a show. As a result, she suffered complications in her stomach that led to her death. May her soul rest in in peace.
Following her burial on Wednesday, we received some disturbing information that we could not let pass.
Our sources say that throughout her time on the sick bed, Gravity was not there for her ‘yet she was on duty when the misfortune happened to her life’. We are told the ‘Winner’ musician only sent Shs20k for treatment yet she had been in hospital for a week. Mourners also waited on his promise for a casket in vain.
Our efforts to reach the musician hit a dead wall as his known phone was switched off for more than two days. If you still do not know the late, watch Gravity’s Luswata video.

Sylvia Nandudu performing Luswata with Gravity Omutujju. Courtesy photo

Sylvia Nandudu performing Luswata with Gravity Omutujju. Courtesy photo

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