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Spice Diana apologizes for the cancelled shows, thanks fans for the support

By Michael Nampala 02 Jan 2021 10:17 AM EAT

Star girl Spice Diana has thanked her fans for the support in the last year and she wished them the very best in 2021.

"Despite the bad, negative energy, the pandemic, this year has been incredible for me, released big songs, Kwatawano, Kokonya, Yo love ... that have reached my fans around the world, many big music platforms, travelled despite the challenges in 2020, achieved so much spiritually, mentally, physically, financially. And most importantly, we are alive."

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The Kokonya singer has promised to release more music this year.

"ANOTHER YEAR BECAUSE WE NEVER GIVE UP. Thank you spice gadgets for the love. More life, more music 2021. HAPPY 2021."

A week back, she was performing in South Africa though some of the Christmas concerts (Durban and Capetown) were cancelled. 

"I want to thank all my fans that came out to celebrate Xmas with me at Dj-Ravi Hussein @eleven45lounge we had a good time."


"It's so sad that I couldn't make it to Durban and Capetown because of greedy and disorganized promoters. And now they are spreading false rumors that I couldn’t make it because I got corona, this shows how greedy you are."

"Shame upon you #Stella of StarQT Awards, It's so sad that you work to bring your fellow Ugandans down. But anyways to my concerned fans in the cities I was to perform I am so so sorry, will see you again with better professional and organized promoters."

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On New Year's day, Spice Diana was seen performing in South Sudan at Bros Hotel Riverside Juba.

The fans were singing to her songs especially the Kokoonya hit that she did with Harmonize from Tanzania.

Artists are still not able to perform at concerts having been locked down in March last year due to the Covid-19 pandemic.


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