Erica Mukisa, the wife of gospel singer Bamboo, has released a book in which she details her dark past as a witch.
In the book titled Erica Part One: Seven Years in Hell, Mukisa, a Ugandan national, narrated how she started practising sorcery at the tender age of 8.
She revealed that she was introduced to black magic by her paternal grandmother and performed it for seven years.
Mukisa finally saw the light in February 2009 when she converted to Christianity and got saved.
Her paths crossed with Bamboo in 2015. After some time, she convinced the rapper to switch from secular music to gospel.
The two started dating almost immediately and their relationship culminated into a lavish wedding ceremony on February 20.
Bamboo’s father, Pastor Victor Mwangi, officiated the ceremony which was held in Ruiru.
While some have heaped praise on Mukisa for being open about her past, sceptics have accused the couple of making up a story to gain traction.
She, however, insists that her story is based on true happenings.