She then figured out that if she had a child, she wouldn’t be so lonely or bored.
She also added that there was a possibility that she might become a bigger artist in future and might not get time to do anything with anyone.
Therefore, she concluded that if she ever got pregnant, she would keep it and nothing would force her to terminate it. Luckily, she did and gave birth to her son, King last year
The Chekecha singer revealed that she loves her son so much. He’s her everything and all she does now is for her son’s benefit.
“I decided to give birth while in the lockdown. Apparently, I was so bored and I figured out that if I had a child, I wouldn’t be lonely. I just waited for a chance and I wasn’t going to remove the pregnancy. Luckily it came and I gave birth to my son, King. I figured I might become a big artist and lack time to settle down with anyone. Well I want to grow bigger with a family now,” said the singer.
She didn’t talk about her son’s father as she’s always been quiet about it. Rumors however strongly link her fellow singer and rapper Feffe Bussi to being the father of King.
Meanwhile, she will be launching her debut concert this week at UMA showgrounds in Lugogo. The Yaka singer also revealed her tough entry into the music industry.
She started out as a band singer and didn’t even know she would make it this big. But luckily she’s now one of the top consistent singers.
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