The dancehall singer yesterday unveiled her new side business to sustain her livelihood and this is dealing in bridal gowns.
The Boom party singer said that she fell in love with gowns since she’s also preparing for her wedding.
She added that she suggested the idea to her sister of Kyaligonza Fashions and they decided to add it into their business.
“I fell in love with bridal gowns because I found them so beautiful since I’m almost preparing for my wedding. I suggested it too my sister and she bought the idea. So, now we are with the models going to do a photoshoot,” Cindy said.
She revealed that soon other musicians will be unveiling their side businesses.
They asked Cindy who happens to be the president of Uganda Musicians Association (UMA) what the umbrella plans to do for embattled singer Jamie Culture. She said that they try to help as much as they can although they don’t have enough money at their disposal. If they fail, they ask for public support.
“We usually don’t have enough money but always try to help to where we can. And if we fail, we appeal to the public for help,” Cindy said.
She also took time to talk about her pregnancy after having been rumored that she gave birth. Cindy said that she and the baby are progressing very well and people shouldn’t worry about her.
She also said that most celebrities hide their pregnancies from the public because they don’t want too much attention.
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