Bobi Wine explains alleged sex video

Bobi Wine and actress Hellen Lukoma on set where the love-making scene was shot from

Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine has explained a video that made rounds on social media Saturday alleging that he was making love to a woman outside his marriage.

Those sharing the video made it look like a sex tape when it was actually a love scene from a movie he acted.

“About four or five years ago, I featured in this movie called SITUKA “A call for Action”. This movie has turned out to be so prophetic that many of the things we predicted are actually today’s reality,” Bobi Wine said in response to the viral video.

“Although some parts of this movie have been picked out and used to portray a different image of the movie and myself, I really wish every Ugandan could watch it,” he added.

The video shows Bobi Wine kissing sexy actress Helen Lukoma in a political drama filled with love, action, tension and edutainment.

The movie was shot under the guidance of Twaweza, a local NGO who brought on board other technical people, Mustapha Abdulla a.k.a Musta, comedian Hannington Bugingo a.k.a Bujju.

Other actors on the movie are Simon Kalema, Frobisher Lwanga, Raymond Rushabiro, Michael Wawuyo as well as Emma Kakai.

The 90-minute movie was directed by Kwezi Kaganda and the intention of the movie is to inspire and empower the youth with knowledge to demand for their social rights.

Talented family

In 2016, Bobi Wine’s kids Shalom and Solomon appeared in a short film dubbed “Ourselves: Me & Adam”.

The short film was written and directed by Mugabirwe Rogers Yesigye with Kasule ‘Benda’ Douglas as the assistant Director.

In 2007, Bobi Wine took a starring role in a semi-autobiographical tale, “Divizions”.

In this film, Bobi Wine reminds us of famed American rapper, 50 Cents, (Jackson Curtis) in Get Rich or Die Trying, released in 2006.

Divizionz is a low-budget feature film directed by DEDDAC Uganda, a local film company, in conjunction with Switch Media of South Africa. The film was shot entirely in Kampala and will be in cinemas in April.

The script is credited to Bobi Wine and Eunice Baguma. It stars Robert Ssentamu (Bobi Wine) as Kapo, Buchaman as Bana, Catherine Nakyanzi as Mulokole and Olem Bonny as Kanyankole.



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