Model Kabareebe, Snapper Mutumba In Hot Soup Over Porn

Model Kabareebe, Snapper Mutumba In Hot Soup Over Porn

 

By Exposed Uganda

Popular city model Doreen Kabareebe has landed in hot soup and could find herself in police cells any time from now, over allegations of filming and circulating pornographic material.

Our ever alert snoops have revealed that a file is being prepared by the Dr. Anne Kezaabu Anti-pornographic Committee about Kabareebe,

her photographer Bash Mutumba, a male model only identified as Bwayo 7 over allegations that they are involved in the production and dissemination of very graphic content, which they are spreading on social media.

Doreen Kabareebe and Bwayo in the forest

The sources within Dr. Kezaabu’s Committee intimates that Kabareebe and her team have consistently produced and or filmed very offensive visual and video content and have gone ahead to spread the same on social media platforms like Instagram, Facebook, Snapchat and others, yet the same content is against the regulations of  the Anti-Pornographic Act.

Model Doreen Kabareebe in the forest

Besides the series of very kinky pictures that Kabareebe and her team have spread on the internet, they also recently shot a salacious video titled ‘Boudoir In the Forest’, in which they which purportedly reenacted the Adam and Eve biblical series, on top of shooting a lot of seductive snapshots.

Some of the snaps Kabareebe shared on  her social media platforms which she accompanied with the caption “My Instagram wall is not a Church” have sent tongues wagging.

 

Who Is Kabareebe

In 2010, Kabareebe contested for Miss Nkumba University where she became the 1st Runner-Up and then she proceeded for Miss All-Central Universities pageant.  She was later one of the beauty pageant finalists who contested for Miss Uganda 2010.

Doreen Kabareebe and Bwayo 7 during the photoshoot

In 2014, Doreen launched a Charitable Organisation known as Kabareebe Models 4 Charity, an organization aimed at improving the livelihoods of the people in rural and ghetto communities through supporting women groups, orphanages and people in slum areas.

 

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