She was dancing to her husband's hit song Bikwase Kyagulanyi, which is spiced with political and inspirational messages. Robert Kyagulanyi, alias Bobi Wine, was also present at the event.
Video: Ever seen Barbie dancing? Here’s your chance
Barbara Itungo Kyagulanyi, also known as Barbie, still has it in her. At a recent event, while heading to the tent that housed guests, Barbie decided to showcase some beautiful dance moves, inspiring hand claps and cheers from attendees.
Barbie, who will be turning 40 this year, still looks fit and healthy, so it shouldn't be a surprise that she can dance swiftly though she's always come across as a reserved person in public.
But once in a while, she will attend concerts headlined by her friends like Spice Diana and also joke around with others like Fifi Da Queen.
She even recently confessed that she misses seeing her husband performing on music shows.
"I don't have anything to say to authorities and they also have nothing to tell us," Barbie said, adding that her husband will return to the stage God willing.
"He will come when the time is right. What I know is that I miss him on stage, as her strongest fan."
Bobi Wine himself recently said that he misses the music industry.
According to Wine, he is only taking a break to fulfill his mission in politics and he will return once that's over.
"There is absolutely no way I can leave music. It's my identity. Even after all this... is over. Because one day this struggle is gonna be over and we are gonna be free," Wine said.
"I cannot wait to become a singer once more. That's my passion. That's my favourite activity. That's the best thing that has ever happened to me, being a musician. And I miss my musical life, but we have work to do here."
Though he still releases music once in a while and also performs on some occasions, he hasn't been so involved in the music industry for the past six years.
Wine in 2017 surprised many when he ditched his widely successful music career to run as Kyadondo County East constituency Member of Parliament (MP) during a by-election that pitted him against two seasoned candidates – Sitenda Sebalu of the ruling National Resistance Movement (NRM) party and Apollo Kantinti of Forum for Democratic Change (FDC).
In 2021, he took it further and run in the presidential elections on the back of a volatile political career. He is now the leader of the strongest opposition party, the National Unity Platform (NUP).
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