Social Media Kings: Meet Jeremy That Mastered the Art of Snapchat

Very often when someone mentions snapchat in Uganda, the first person that comes to their minds is probably Bad Black or a lady in some sort of scandal. It is rare that it is a guy involved. However, over time snap chat has grown to be the thing that we pulsers enjoy but to have the perfect snaps that attract a lot of views takes a lot. Jeremy Kamugisha is one of the pulsers with flawless snaps.

 

Jeremy is a former student of Makerere University Business School  that will be graduating in January next year. He has mastered the art of snap chat that he attracts over to 1,000 views per snap. It is pretty amazing because he is just an ordinary student with no celebrity status. If you have been around Jeremy, you know the time and the art he takes to get the perfect snap. The lighting must be perfect, and the picture has to be ‘snap worthy’.

The 21 year old is known to also hang out with some of Kampala’s cool kids with whom he travels and hangs out in popular places around town. Most of his friends say that when he mentions you on snap chat you get over 20 new people adding you up on snapchat. Because of his viewership, Jeremy has been able to join the world of digital marketing for a couple of brands.

 

Aside from snapchat, he also has an Instagram following of 14k. Generally, this young man has grasped the concept of social media and has learnt how to attract numbers. Aside from social media, he is a very out going and friendly guy. He loves to make memories and have a good time. You can load yourself a pulse data bundle by simply visiting https://temp-microsite.mtnpulseuganda.dev/bundles, set up an account and you will be able to buy yourself a data bundle and learn how to snap like Jeremy.

 

Snapchat: justjeremy6, Instagram: @jeremy256_

Why Bad Black is the Most Followed Ugandan on Snapchat

Facebook is undoubtedly the most used social networking site in Uganda, and till today, as neighboring countries like Kenya and Tanzania are hyping Twitter and Instagram respectively, the Banana Republic is still loyal to big ol’ FB.
You would wonder which people use Snapchat in this country, because I for one had tried multiple times to become active on the yellow app and failed miserably at each attempt because firstly, i always never had enough internet bundles to last me long on the app but when i discovered the pulse bundles, viewing snaps became a lot easier and affordable. One similar thing about all my attempts though, is the reason why I was trying hard to join an app that doesn’t appeal to me, and that reason wasn’t any other than Bad Black!
Shanitah Namuyimbwa, who became famous for splashing money in various hangouts as a city socialite, and then infamous when it was revealed that she financed the lifestyle with the 14 billion Uganda shillings she had allegedly stolen from Irish businessman David Greenhalgh, is once again living lavishly after serving her 4 year jail sentence. She however doesn’t do her thing on Instagram like most slay queens — she is a Snap chat addict.
If you ever add Bad Black on Snap, you will know literally everything that happens in her life; including her daily errands, antenatal meetings and every toy-boy who she beds. Also, even though Luganda erotic terms are rarely used by the average Muganda in public, compared to those of English, Bad Black is proud of her potty mouth. She constantly gives tips to girls and boys on how to be better in bed; while demonstrating accurately with her own body on camera. It is not uncommon for the proud sex worker to flaunt her privy parts to thrill her fans.
Interesting enough, Bad Black isn’t the kind of person to kiss and not tell. She will let the whole world know how blessed or fake you are, regardless of your stature in society. The likes of Bebe Cool, Bryan White, Captain Mike Mukula, Meddy Sentongo and the rest; have tasted the wrath of the unapologetic socialite.
Because of her controversial behavior and extremely free and fun personality, she has garnered herself a number of followers.
That said, after burning several of my pulse bundles on the yellow app just for the sake of Bad Black, I realized Snap chat wasn’t for me. I have always been more of a tweep than a snapper anyway.

Social Media Queens: Meet Mutoni Etania, the Young Lass with Snapchat Game Better than Your Favorite Celebrities

Often times, when one talks about pretty girls and social media in the same sentence, the next question will be, “What’s her Instagram username?” followed by relentless sessions of stalking and double-tapping; which usually result in a shortage of soap and/or lotion. But when you talk of girls like Mutoni Etania, ‘Snapchat Queen’ is the closest synonym to accuracy, and you’d just have to add her on the yellow app, to enjoy a whole new dimension of social media.

Etania’s name first received immense attention when she incontinently jumped onto the stage and squeezed Nigerian Afro Beat star Wiz Kid in her little arms, wailing in rivers of tears, during his last show in Kampala. Lucky enough for the petite beauty queen, Star Boy understood her affection, and signaled his angry bouncers not to pounce at her for disrupting the show. Ever since then, the rest, as they say is history.

Don’t be duped by her innocent face and relatively short stature, Etania Star knows how to turn up like a pro, and gets more Snapchat views than most of your favorite Ugandan celebrities — yes you read that right!

It’s one thing wanting to follow all your favorite celebs, but it’s another when all your favorite celebs religiously follow someone else; someone you least expect; someone like Etania. Indeed she has gotten influential to the extent of being referenced on hit songs like “Bango” by Sweden-based rapper Rickman Manrick, and her posse is not uncommonly of famous people.

Standing tall at 19,557 and counting, @kingetania5 mastered the art of organic and natural social media influencing, and if you really need true young blood to rock your world, I can’t recommend anyone else.

Picture source: Instagram