Swangz Avenue musician Winnie Nwagi has expressed her disappointment with colleagues in the Ugandan music industry who seek support but fail to return the favour.
Taking to Snapchat, the “Jangu” hitmaker urged musicians who have never shared her work on their socials to refrain from sending her their posters or projects in her inbox.
Nwagi went on to express her resolute intention to make use of the block feature on her socials to prevent individuals who have not been cooperative from sending their work to her. She stressed the significance of non-competitive musicians prioritizing their own pursuits and refraining from burdening others.
Winnie Nwagi emphasized that the aforementioned musicians are solely opportunistic individuals who aim to exploit others for the sole purpose of promoting their own careers something she is not ready to accommodate.
Despite the comments sparking a debate among critics, Nwagi remains unapologetic, stating that she will continue to speak out on issues that affect her career and the industry.
Nwagi’s comments follow her previous critique of diaspora promoters, whom she accused of belittling musicians by assigning them to economy class instead of business class when flying for performances abroad.