Patricia Nabakooza, popularly known as Sitya Loss, has recently been caught in a controversial situation involving a fake Twitter account. A Twitter handle by the name of @Nabakozapatrca was created in March and has been sharing photos of the talented dancer since then.
However, the handle went too far when it posted a picture of Nabakooza with a caption that read, “Currently learning how to love broke guys. Naye banange it’s a long process.” This tweet caused a stir among netizens who assumed that Patricia Nabakooza herself was behind the controversial tweet.
But the dancer was quick to distance herself from the handle and the tweet through a post on her other social media pages. Nabakooza clarified that she is not on Twitter and that the account was fake, urging her fans to help report it.
In her post on Instagram, the 18-year-old wrote, “Hey Fam, this is not my account, I am not on Twitter. It’s a fake account in my name, kindly help me report it as well if you can because I don’t know how to stop this. Thank you.”
It’s understandable that Nabakooza would want to distance herself from such a tweet, given the negative backlash it generated. In today’s world, where social media can make or break a person’s reputation, it’s important to be careful about what we post online.
In conclusion, it’s essential to be vigilant and mindful of our online presence, and to take swift action when necessary to protect our reputation. Nabakooza’s situation is a reminder that we must always be careful about what we post online and be cautious about the authenticity of our social media accounts.