We earlier reported to you how South African singer Yvonne Chaka Chaka was deported from Uganda due to lack of proper documentation, now the singer has opened up with her side of the story in a video clip.
Yvonne Chaka Chaka has responded to the police's claims that she was deported and says that she is still in Uganda but chose not to perform on her own will even though our trusted sources alerted us how she was deported.
The singer also reassured fans and followers - in the video posted on Twitter - that she was "fine" and that there's no need to worry about her safety and health.
Chaka Chaka was deported from Uganda ahead of a live performance reportedly due to having the incorrect visa. The country's police force uploaded a video to their verified Twitter account in which they explain that it was due to visa reasons and that they hope that the 54-year-old returns soon with the correct paperwork.
According to other media sources the deportation took place because Yvonne publicly supported opposition leader Bobi Wine.
Watch the video below:
Happy New Year all is well. pic.twitter.com/GjbnXfO8lp— Yvonne Chaka Chaka (@YvonneChakaX2) December 31, 2019