It should be recalled that the Boom Party singer gave birth to a bouncing baby girl in January 2022. According to her, she’s decided to give birth and finish that task also once and for all.
Cindy said that it’s something that she agreed on with her husband.
There was therefore no need for child spacing and family planning. Besides their budget is enough to support their children in such a short age gap.
Further, the former Blu3 singer also said she tried to hide her pregnancy like other musicians at first. The baby bump however finally came out.
“I know it’s quick for the pregnancy after my first child. It’s however something I agreed on with my husband. We want to do this once and for all and get it over with. And our budget also can support the family so yeah. I tried to hide the baby bump at first but it finally came out,” said Cindy.
Her fans will therefore have to wait a little bit longer before they can see her on stage once again.
The UMA president also highlighted about URA’s move to tax musicians.
She said that ideally every Ugandan who earns income has to pay taxes. However, there has to be a mutual agreement on how this is going to be done.
It’s the reason they asked URA for some time so that they teach musicians about the tax process so that they can ably comply.
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