Cindy says that she loves Sheebah's music, but then again, she should respect her having been on the music scene long enough
On Friday, Cindy was performing at Fusion Auto Spa in Munyonyo which happens to be the place she performs every last Friday of the month.
She did songs like: Dilemma, One and Only, Dat Dat, Ayokyayokya among others and she was in the company of her good friend, Epixode, from Ghana who equally thrilled fans. Cindy's mother was in attendance and as a way of showing her love, the King herself performed a Tshala Muana song for her.
Cindy has made it a point that she performs John Blaq's Tukwatagane hit something that gets her fans into a frenzy.
Other artistes that performed alongside Cindy included Eddy Kenzo doing their Dance-Hall collaboration song, Mary Bata, Geosteady and Dr. Hilderman.
Carol Kasita is Cindy's best female friend lately, she was there and, other than Mwoto collaboration song, she performed her Gal a Bubble hit song.
However, Cindy has made headlines in the last few days when she expressed interest in battling with Sheebah, but the Team No Sleep Karma Queen is reluctant to grant the King herself the much needed battle.
This was a topic, Cindy could not miss discussing with her fans who had come in large numbers to witness her perform live alongside with her band.
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"In January this year I had an interview on UBC and they asked me about an artiste which artiste I know is very good, has so many awards to her name and has had good concerts, I can't take that away from her and I don't want to."
"She is a great artiste, but she needs some bit of practice, and this is not an abuse, I only told the truth. I have watched that clip time and again, but there's nowhere I abused her, I was only telling her the truth."
"She needs a little practice, especially if she is going to tussle it out with me because I can perform, I can sing, I can write songs so would I be wrong to tell her to rehearse before battling with me."
"I don't want to hurt her fans because I love her music too, but when it comes to live music, she needs to be ready for it."
Cindy did not spare those she referred to as dummies now that they were very hurt after being branded as such, she went on to emphasize her point.;
"These ones will have to excuse me. If a record label contract you, writes songs for you, Shoots the video for you, buys costumes for you, pays promotion for you to the tune of 10Million, aren't you a doll?"
"I am not abusing, but just telling the truth, I'm not here to apologize, but I stand by my words, I say the truth, it is up to you to take it the way you want," Cindy added.
You young artists must know that it is a two way road, you cannot demand respect from me when you don't accord it to me, you can't do that and for those who have grown up seeing me doing music, when you meet me, kneel and say hello because I'm your elder, you know what I mean. As Africans, when you meet your elder, on your knees you go and it is the culture here."
"So if I say something and it offends you, take heart, I am your elder, but if your counterparts of 2 to 4 years hurt you, then you are free to lose your cool, but not with people like us, “Cindy concluded.
Sheebah has been tight-lipped after her only response of having a house in Munyonyo was perceived by many as a coward act when talking matters music. Looking at the music released and the actions from the two camps, it is as though the battle is on already. Cindy has released a song dubbed Kiki (Faded) and also added 'Mwoto' a Swahili word meaning fire, it is a collaboration song with Karole Kasita, but Sheebah has responded this particular one with 'Silwana' meaning I don't fight which is a collaboration song with Carol Nantongo.
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