Controversial former Team No Sleep singer Sheebah Karungi raised eye brows at the recently held Bell-sponsored PopNJam concert featuring American RnB super star Ne-Yo at the Lugogo Cricket Oval. It all started with her cameo appearance with Irene Ntale when they performed their collabo song ‘Otubatisa’ in which they wiggled like possessed snakes.
Things, however, worsened when it was her turn to make a full appearance. She stormed the stage half naked with only a tiny black short and bra covered by a white rain coat and lace-up knee military boots that left many fans looking at each other in shock. Although she was welcomed by a loud cheer from the crowd, immediately she started performing her top songs, most of the fans especially the males were not following but were deeply lost in thought as they concentrated on her choice of costume.
“Now look at what Sheebah is putting on. This girl is going to kill us” A confused fan was overheard telling his friend.
And as if to add salt to injury, Sheebah who is known to be very entertaining on stage introduced a queen dancer whose erotic dance moves left the crowd in awe. As she wiggled and twerked, the crowd went wild with ululations and cheers
To wrap up the night full of incidents for the former Obsessions dancer, the now zonked Sheebah stormed the VIP section with her friends after her performance and demanded to stand at the front row where Journalists were covering the event from. She was holding a drink and looked dazed and excited at the same time as she confronted security personnel and Police officers who controlled that area.
The official, who manned a mini gate working on orders from events security agent Dickson ‘Bond’ Okello, stood firm and refused to allow her in as she hurled insults at them. Soon a melee ensued as some fans joined her and tried to force their way through. More officers were however brought in to arrest the situation and Sheebah accepted defeat and stayed put till Ne-Yo came on stage and blew the crowd away with a marvellous performance.
At the end, it was all fun as people forgot the negative aspects of the event with many walking home contented with what they had witnessed on stage.