– Ugandan artiste Cindy Sanyu has responded to Nigerians dragging her over comments on Oma Lay and Tem’s arrest
– The singer in an IG post said no one has the right to encourage the spread of COVID-19 in her country
– Cindy also prayed against the curse and evil wishes that have been coming her way since she spoke up
Ugandan female singer Cindy Sanyu has returned to her page on social media with a different post hours after she called out singers Omah Lay and Tems in a video post.
The singer in her recent IG post responded to Nigerians who have resorted to cursing her out for condemning the actions of Omah and Tems.
Cindy made it clear in her post that no one, regardless of status, has the right to come to her country and encourage the spread of coronavirus.
According to her, those who value human life will stay in their homes or take precautions when they are in crowded spaces.
“Nobody has the right to come to my country and encourage the spread of corona nomatter who you think you are. People are dying everyday and if you have any respect for human life you will stay home or sanitize and wear a mask in a crowded place.”
In a different portion of her post, the singer rebuked the curses and evil spells that have been sent her way since she commented on the matter.
See her post below:
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In a related story, Legit.ng reported that singer Davido took to social media to call out Ugandan artiste, Bebe Cool, over his alleged role in the arrest of the Nigerian singers.
Davido’s post came after online reports that Bebe had called on organizers to only consider Ugandan artistes for the show or he would personally see to the failure of the event.
Well, Davido in a Twitter post tagged the singer’s official handle and expressed his strong reservations.
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