Nigerian singer and songwriter, Enetimi Alfred Odon better known as Timaya has confessed that Ugandan girls are way too wet and too sweet for life.
Timaya was over the weekend performing at Kakindu stadium in the former industrial town of Jinja.
Fans who attended the event say they were thrilled when the Nigerian super star took some time off to appreciate what he called “waterlogged Ugandan women”.
“Ugandan girls are sweet,” he said driving his fans wild with excitement.
We are told most of the gorgeous beauties at the show were seen raising their hands in the air, screaming hysterically as if to confirm that they are indeed sweet as described.
The singer was not done yet.
“They (Ugandan girls) have too much water,” he added, re-igniting the deafening cries of joy from the ladies.
His close pals tell us that Timaya sampled a couple of beauties here and there to confirm his assertion.
He even invited all the heavy-booty girls to dance with him on stage.
Born 29 November 1977, Timaya, is the founder of South South hip hop group Dem Mama Soldiers.
His solo career began in 2006 with the release of “Dem Mama”, which also appeared on his debut album, True Story released the following year.
His second album Gift and Grace was released in 2008.
Timaya gained further visibility and international prominence through his third studio album De Rebirth, and its lead single “Plantain Boy”.
Both were commercially successful.
He collaborated with Dem Mama Soldiers on the album LLNP (Long Life N Prosperity).
In 2012, Timaya released Upgrade, which spawned hits “Bum Bum”, “Sexy Ladies”, and “Malonogede”.
To date, his work has earned him four Headies Awards, and one Nigeria Music Award.
In 2011, Timaya was appointed a Peace Ambassador by the Interreligious and International Federation for World Peace (IIFWP).
Dr. Hak Ja Haan Moon, co-founder of the IIFWP, stated that he is “one of those individuals whose lives exemplify the ideal of living for the sake of others, and who dedicate themselves to practices which promote the founding ideals of the IIFWP.”