Prince Karim and Tracy Bora No More

Tracy Bora and her prince charming during the happy times

The multi billion wedding by Prince Kareem and city party animal Tracy Bora is not about to take place after the prince threw in the towel. According to previous events, this year was ripe enough for the couple to be engaged in wedding talks but from the look of things, the affair has shifted from bad to worse.

Prince Karim and Tracy Bora are the latest couple to join the broken hearts club. The latest info coming in is that Tracy Bora has stopped wearing her engagement ring that cost Prince charming a fortune, changed her facebook status from Engaged to Separated and also deleted most of Prince Kareem’s photos.

Tracy is now residing in Kololo with her two kids. Bora has however, blamed a one Sumayya for her woes. Apparently, Sumayya has been connecting Meddie’s Ex, Prossy to the Prince and in the process revealing a lot to  that left Prince Darling with no choice but to throw in the towel.

This war started a month back when Prossy and and Bora bumped into each other at Speke Resort Munyonyo. A war of words ensued but security was quick at quelling the situation before the gals could tear each other into pieces.

Tracy has now taken the war to facebook and in her latest posting on the matter, she refers to Sumayya as a: "bi##h and a whore who can still get no man but walks on the streets of Kampala in daily search for men."

For now we just have to sit and watch to see how events unfold among these party animals.
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