Nambooze tips public to report Sheebah and colleagues, who love to show off some flesh to police over indecency

Mukono Municipality Member of Parliament, Hon. Betty Nambooze Bakireke has advised men to report ladies who dress indecently in public to police.

This came after men continuously complained about babes, especially celebrities like Winnie Nwagi, Sheebah, Lynda Ddane, Spice Diana and many others, claiming that their dressing code leads them into temptation.

According to Nambooze, there is a clear law against women who dress indecently and people should use it instead of raping women.

“I don’t want to hear that women’s dressing code is the one leading men to rape them. That’s not okay if you see a lady dressing badly and report them to the police because there is a punishment for them. You will rape and they will arrest you for life,” Betty Nambooze stated.

Nambooze’s statement comes at the backdrop of singer Sheebah Karungi’s ‘sumbie woe’ revelation. Last week, Sheebah posted a rant video across her social media pages, in which she revealed how a client, who had booked her to perform at a private party, tickled her soft parts without consent.

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Sheebah, who loves to show off some flesh while doing her thing on stage, claimed that this perverted client found her chilling in her ride, as she waited to execute her job and started acting horny in front of her team and caressed her boobs, thighland and sumbie.

“I had a show, I was performing for somebody…one of those people you respect and call real role models, who pretend on TV to look good and all that bullsh*t…This old pervert was trying to be funny with me in my car. He just opened my car with his security and found me asleep. I was about to go on stage,” the 33-year-old entertainer spat fire.

“He begins acting inappropriately in front of my team members, no shame, no remorse, nothing! And you know what I kept thinking about? I was so angry and I thought about not performing, but then I respect my job. After performing I punched myself, I was thinking, why don’t I just return the money? Do I deserve this disrespect? If you hire me to sing, respect me,” the self-styled Queen Karma vented her frustration, but refused to reveal the chap’s name.

After her revelation, a section of entertainment pundits and critics faulted and attributed her sumbie assault to her usual skimpy dress code.