Remember that time when love overdozed singer Anjella Katatumba grumbled on how romantic producer Andre had been to her when they were dating? 

Perhaps not. No wories still. We at Gandalebs are here for just that, digging deeper to make things easy for you.

Around March this year, Katatumba sent the media into a romantic craze when she praised the way Andre spiced his relationship with her.

 She narrates the man on the beat had spent a fortune on her and done for her things nobody else had ever done for her including expensive shopping sprees.

Katatumba also said that the producer had taken a bold step of taking her to his parents in Toronto before things fell apart.

She would later admit that although she had moved on, she was not closing the door completely as ” you never know, we could make up again in future because she is a nice guy.”

Songstress Angela Katatumba has come out to say that her ex-boyfriend, ward winning music Producer and singer Daddy Andrea has failed to put the past behind himself and is still bitter about the fact that their relationship did not work.

When Andre declined to sing with the seemingly love sick songbird at the Black Market Online concert, Katatumba made her feelings publicly known.

“Obviously Daddy Andre couldn’t sing, he didn’t come on stage. I believe he is not free yet. ‘Tonelabira’ is my song but it would be nice if Daddy Andre had sang it with me on stage because people love it. He wrote a mega hit and people need us to perform it together,”  she complained, further suggesting she needed more cuddling from the sex pest from the East. 

The news of Nina Roz’s pregnancy and subsequent Kukyaala must have definitely hit the “Tonerabira” singer like a bullet in the chest.

And just for the sake of public opinion, she would come out to grudgingly congratulate the two upon a successful traditional pre-vist ND wish them well.

Here at Gandalebs, we understand your pain dear Anjella. You are good but Nina Roz was just more ready for the challenge than you. Hope you hold onto your next catch more convincingly.