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Eddy Yawe speaks out as Sheeba claims sabotage after declining sexual advances

Songstress Sumayya Sheeba dropped a bombshell on Tuesday when she said Eddy Yawe had refused to do a song with her because she declined to have sex with him.

Eddy Yawe and Sumayya Sheebah

According to Sheeba, they were to work together on a song titled Akalosa, but she recently found out that he had instead collaborated on the project with a different artiste.

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"Some people we meet out of respect can turn out to be the worst creatures on earth. Mr Eddie [sic] Yawe I effortlessly worked with you to release a song titled Akalosa which you... later sang with another person and turned the title to Kalosa," the songstress posted on Facebook, attaching her photo with Yawe to the statement.

"What could be the problem[?] is it because I refused to fulfill your sexual desires?... Am [sic] kindly not impressed by your action Ssebo. I deserved to be consulted first out of respect."

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Sheeba reportedly met the founder of Kamwokya-based Dream Studios in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2017 where they agreed on terms of working together.

She was to foot all the bills involved in the production process, reports show. However, according to her, Yawe decided to give the project to another musician called TYBA.

Speaking by phone with this reporter, Eddy Yawe declined to give details on the matter, citing legal consequences but noted that he will hold a press conference on Friday to offer the details. Yawe, who said he was out of Kampala, said they are trying to defame him.

"I know there is someone who is trying to defame my name but I'm not in town I'm gonna be in town on Friday," he said, adding when he was pressed for details:

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"I'm not going to comment because there are some legal implications... I'm gonna make interviews on Friday, because we are still collecting all the data and who is behind those people [involved in the defamation]."

He said the press conference will be held at Dream Studios.

A sound engineer by profession, Eddie Yawe has mentored legendary producers like Washington, Tony Hauls and Paddy man. He has also worked with top singers Phiobe Nassolo, Betty Mpolonga, Ronald Mayinja and Geoffrey Lutaaya.

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