Radio host Flavia Tumusiime and comedian Allan Mujuni, aka Amooti Omubalanguzi, are always producing witty content for their social media fans.
This time they decided to spice it up with dance moves and some rap lines as seen in a video shared on TikTok.
The short video starts with Omubalanguzi dropping indecipherable lines before Tumusiime joins to cheer him on as they are both dancing.
They both work for radio stations (Tumusiime at Capital FM and Omubalanguzi at Beat FM) owned by the same company.
Tumusiime joined the media as a TV host with WBS TV at the age of 14, and she hosted a show called Teen’s Club.
When she was 18, she joined radio, starting with Hot100FM, where she left to join the Kisementi-based Capital Radio in 2006.
After “two to three years” in radio, Tumusiime has said, she landed a gig to work with Channel O that lasted “about four years.”
In 2015, she joined Nation Media Group-owned NTV Uganda where she anchored news and hosted a morning show. She left the Kampala Serena Hotel-based TV station in May of 2021.
She now hosts Desert Island Discs, previously presented by Simon Kasyate, who is now with Kampala Capital City Authority.
Omulabanguzi, known by many as Amooti, is the founder of a comedy group known as New Amarula Family, which he started in 1997.
When he is not hosting his morning radio show on Beat FM, he is acting in comedy shows or singing.
Watch the video below: