Why gov’t paid Bad Black for COVID-19 advert

After ranting for close to a week over allegations that the Government had refused to pay her following a COVID-19 sensitisation advert, Bad Black has finally been appreciated – financially – for her effort.

The process was made easier by music promoter Balaam Barugahare, who stepped in two days ago when the self-proclaimed sex worker came out to threaten exposing some of her “clients” in government circles.

“I have been fully settled by National Resistance Movement supporters with the help of Balaam. Now my children can feed well with this money. I will not attack government anymore,” Bad Black revealed in a press briefing on Saturday.

However, it is not clear how much she was given. But she looked excited after receiving the box of money, leaving onlookers to guess how much the sealed box contained.

Bad Black featured in an advert where she was calling upon sex workers to avoid contact with truck drivers.

She was echoing President Yoweri Museveni’s call of “my daughters leave those drivers alone”.