Prominent songstress, Winnie Nwagi, has recently addressed her fellow female sensation, Cindy Sanyu, urging her to adopt a more humble and unified approach within the music industry.
During a recent interview at NTV, the Swangz Avenue signed Fire baibe, expressed her concerns about Cindy’s habit of ranking and categorizing fellow female singers. Nwagi noted that Cindy should take a step back and refrain from engaging in conflicts on social media or belittling others in the industry. Regardless of whether her statement goes viral or not, Nwagi believes that Cindy should learn to relax and stop putting her colleagues on a scale.
The crux of the issue arose from Cindy’s recent interview, where she referred to new entrants in the music industry as “kids” and stated that they drew inspiration from her and other artists of her generation. These remarks sparked extensive discussions on various platforms, with some people supporting her stance while others opposed it.
Interestingly, Nwagi’s comments have seemingly aligned her with Sheebah Kalungi’s camp, given the ongoing feud between Sheebah and Cindy Sanyu. Both artists have scheduled shows for September 15, 2023.
Apart from this, Nwagi has been involved in a running dispute with certain music analysts who have criticized her for perceived violent behavior during some of her shows, where she allegedly beat up fans for touching her.
“As the industry evolves, it becomes vital for artists to support and uplift each other rather than resorting to ranking and confrontations.”‘As the industry evolves, it becomes vital for artists to support and uplift each other rather than resorting to ranking and confrontations.” she concluded.