The management of well-known artist John Kasadha better known as John Blaq has denied a sex video that was shared on social media.
They believe the person that was seen in the video wasn’t their client and know that surely it was just falsified.
The video that was shared on different social media platforms like Twitter and Facebook showed a man that looked identical to John Blaq having sexual relationships with an identified woman.
“We can confirm that it is not John Blaq in the video. Our client is equally disturbed by the video and says that despite the uncanny resemblance, he is not the one and can never be relegated to filming cheap videos in dinghy motels,” the statement reads.
The management team also revealed that they have already involved the Police Force to help them identify the malicious individuals who doctored the video and were involved in its spread.
The creation, publication, distribution, and abetting of pornographic content is illegal according to Ugandan law.
A person who produces or participates in the production of, traffics in, publishes, broadcasts, procures, imports, exports or in any way abets pornography is liable, on conviction to a fine not exceeding 500 currency points or imprisonment not exceeding 10 years or both.