Pretty Nicole starts new life chapter, regrets past mistakes

Ugandan social media personality Pretty Nicole is pleading for forgiveness from people she hurt over the past months.

Pretty Nicole
  • Ugandan social media personality Pretty Nicole apologizes for past behavior
  • Nicole acknowledges hurting people and disappointing those who believed in her
  • She promises not to repeat the same mistakes and is starting a new life chapter

The youngster, born Emmanuella Musimenta, has asked to be pardoned for what she termed as “disappointing behaviour,” vowing to start on a new life page that’s devoid of mistakes.

I am sorry to everyone that I hurt in the past months, and to those who believed in me and I disappointed them,” said the 16-year-old in a lengthy apology video.

“I promise that I will not repeat the same mistakes.”

A once-endeared victim of physical violence, Nicole’s life took a turn for worse last year over her deviant behaviour that included running away from school and being estranged from her family.

In February this year, she was dealt an even bigger blow after her private images and videos were leaked online by her boyfriend.

She lost support from a number of people who had come out to cater for her education and other needs. These included Hajjat Kulthum Nabunya, who was offering her free education.

In her apology video, Nicole said although she lost a lot of people, a few others stuck with her including her mother.

“To those that have stuck with me, I promise that I will not disappoint you this time,” she said.

Whatever happens to a person they eventually learn from it. It is from such mistakes that we get lessons.”

Nicole also revealed that she was starting a new life chapter by venturing into entrepreneurship.

She said she is currently running a make-up business which she started with the help of a female friend.

Nicole called on her followers to support her business.

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