The MTV Staying Alive Foundation, UNICEF and G-Pange are hosting Shuga Talks, a World AIDS Day event in which two screenings of MTV Staying Alive drama Shuga are held in Nairobi, Kenya and Washington, D.C. The show, online www.mtvshuga.com/shugatalks, will be followed by an opportunity for those present at the event and the audience at home to take part in a live video discussion through satellite, and interact with other young people around the world using social media to address prominent HIV and AIDS issues highlighted in the show.
You can watch the live stream of the debate at www.mtvshuga.com/shugatalks , which will be hosted by BET entertainer Big Tigger (Rap City, 106 & Park) in Washington, D.C. and MTV Africa VJ Kule Ekirapa in Nairobi. Visitors are invited stay tuned and get involved with the conversation on Twitter through #shugatalks.
Shuga is a hard-hitting, three-part drama series set in Nairobi, Kenya, that follows the lives, loves and ambitions of six college students whose bright lives and fabulous futures are balanced on a knife edge due to their love of living life dangerously. The second series, Shuga: Love, Sex Money, will premiere on Valentine’s Day, February 14th 2012. Play the first three episodes below.