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Ugandan Fashionista Kabs Haloha for BET Awards 2019

Kabs Haloha

Ever since Fashionista Ronald Kabuye known to many as Kabs Haloha attacked the music industry, he and won himself a slot as one of the fashion gurus. Kabs only attained this when he introduced his TV show known as Live on ‘The Red Carpet’ that was airing on certain local TV stations.

Kabs besides being the brains behind The Red Carpet show was also among the organisers of the Uganda Entertainment Awards. To cut the long story short, Kabs recently left the country and went to the US. He left us wondering if he will ever return to Uganda or if US had become his new home because since he left, all we have been seeing are photos of him in snow and covered in jackets and head socks.

Kabs’s reason to go to the US might have been to looking for greener pastures in the fashion industry if the news we have collected is what to go by. Sources close to him revealed to us that Kabs will attend this year’s BET Awards.

When we contacted Kabs, he said that he was personally invited by BET to host the Red Carpet Experience for his TV show. You should also note that the BET Awards will take place next weekend and no Ugandan artistes was nominated in any category.

 

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