Just days after her father promised to introduce an iron hand on his daughter, reports reaching us have it that all is not well with Sheilah Gashumba’s love life.
According to Ritah Kaggwa, a United Kingdom based Uganda blogger, the romance between Gashumba and her lover Ali Marcus alias God’s Plan has hit the dead end and that Sheilah has left his apartment – for good – to move back to her mum’s house.
The cause of the fallout, Kagwa notes, were messages God’s Plan stumbled upon that insinuated that Sheila was still romantically involved with singer Fik Fameica and Team No Sleep’s Grenade at the same time.
In 2018, Fik Fameica and Gashumba were reportedly dating, but the ‘Kutama’ singer was later dumped when the money loaded ‘God’s Plan’ came into picture. Now, the former NTV the Beat host has gone back to her musician ex boyfriend.
“God’s Plan and Sheilah hit the end, forget about their constant fights every other day and make up later and pretend as if there wasn’t a fight. As we talk now Sheilah moved in with all her things at her mum’s house,” reads Kaggwa’s post.
Reports have it that Mestil Hotel also demands Sheilah and God’s Plan USD30,000. To make matters worse, since Sheila is a mini celebrity, God’s Plan has been parading her as a surety every time they’ve gotten service on debt.
A once self-styled young entrepreneur, Sheilah had of late dropped work to concentrate more on her new relationship. But if her relationship break and financial saga rumors are true, possibly she will be running back to her father for a financial bailout.
Recently, Frank Gashumba, Sheilah’s father said that he lost control over her daughter ever since she went in her mother’s care, but promised to have her back under his roof.
“Last year, her mother took over and that’s why whatever you see trending on social media is not in line with our values. But she will be back.I want everyone to know that Sheilah is not under my control, but I will regain control over her soon,” Frank said recently.
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