It's Juliana Kanyomozi's 35th Birthday
27 NOV 2017 9:38 PM
"Don’t know what tomorrow has for me. But I’m here lord. Use me whichever way you choose. Thank you for getting me this far. Cheers to this birthday girl..."
The I'm still Here singer, Juliana Kanyomozi, who is still in the UK wrote on her wall on the eve of her birthday. Fans, fellow artists and close family members have since been sending the Wakajanja singer birthday wishes.
Like she did a few days for Sheebah and Ykee Benda, they also reciprocated.
"Just like fine wine, Happy Birthday Juliana. More Blessings! More Love! & More Sweet Music, " Sheebah wrote. "Thank you my swag mama," Juliana responded.
"Love, Happiness, Greatness, Kindness, Soulful, Talent, Gracious !!! Just a few words to describe you Princess, Happy Birthday," Ykee Benda wrote.
Juliana's lil sister and best friend, Laura Kahunde, had the best words;
"Dear my father and mother's child, today I celebrate and thank God for you. I love you more than you know.. I am the blessed one to be born to the same parents as you. You have been such a blessing and inspiration. Taught me how to fight and to be unapologetic for who I am. I hope and pray that you live and fulfil your dreams, that you laugh often and overcome. I love love love you. Thank you for being such a blessing. Happy birthday, my fav doll."
Just like other celebrities, some were of the view that she is actually way older than the stated age, Laura did not waste time, she quickly came to her defence;
" I don't understand why Ugandans stress over age. The problem with y'all is that you haven't lived in a society where people start working at 16. FYI my dear sister was ambitious enough to start hustling before she was even 16... While she was at Sabrina's she was under the protection of my brother because she was really young; That's the only way our dad (RIP) allowed her to go work at such a tender age."
"You are not God, you don't determine someones age. And if you have a problem with her being that age don't stress your self. Simply leave her page. But what's wrong with Ugandans and age.. you need to move on with all this and discuss better things that build all of us."