Spice said Nigerians are real professionals and more organized than Ugandan musicians.
She however emphasized that local entertainers have got more to copy from Nigerians. They have to improve and build the entertainment industry for the next generation.
“I believe we need them more because they built a strong industry. As musicians, we have much to copy from them because they have gone past us,” Spice Diana she said during an interview in a local TV station.
Meanwhile, when Nigerian Alt- R&B singer, songwriter and record producer Temilade Openiyi popularly known as Tems was released from Uganda’s police cells a few weeks ago and allowed to travel back to Nigeria, she began accusing Ugandan singer Bebe Cool of fueling their arrest.
The Nigerian singer went ahead and warned Bebe Cool never to step his foot in Nigeria.
During his appearance on a talk-show over the weekend, the ‘Wire Wire’ Hit maker said Tems’ childish actions don’t surprise him. She is just a young girl who knows nothing about African music.
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