Mariam said that she was raised by the streets since her father died before she was born. Her mother also, later on, died of cancer and she wandered from one place to another as she grew up.
“I was raised by the streets because my father died before I was born. My mother also died of cancer. I ended up moving to different places. That’s how the world raised me,” said Lady Mariam.
Talking about her Tindatine hit that saw her rise to the ladder of fame and success, she said that it came out when she was just 17 years.
This song crossed borders and she followed it with another song titled Sirikusula written by Silver Kyagulanyi. She actually said that she calls the song an Anthem. It even took her three years to come to terms with the fact that she was the singer.
Lady Mariam also added that she’s never quit singing. She has songs to release but can’t find someone to finance her music career and revive it.
The faded singer also shockingly revealed that her family tried to sabotage her career. She said that after finding fame and some financial success, she decided to build a family home in Kabwohe. Her family however wasn’t happy with this and they tried to sabotage her life.
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