Spice Diana's Loose Lips: Is She Crossing the Line or Just Being Herself? – The Ankole Times

Spice Diana’s Loose Lips: Is She Crossing the Line or Just Being Herself?

Wednesday, March 13, 2024

The Puzzle of Celebrity Communication


Eddie Sendi, a prominent figure in the entertainment industry known for his role as a music critic and investor, has expressed discontent with the management practices of Rogers Lubega, commonly referred to as Manager Roger, who serves as the chief executive of Source Management, a record label that represents artists like Spice Diana.

Sendi, alongside fellow hosts Batt Badru and Jenkins Mukasa, shared his views on Vibe Lyfe Ug, a panel show where they discuss various aspects of the music industry. He criticized Manager Roger for what he perceived as a tendency to portray himself as a victim while potentially instigating conflicts within the industry.

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“Roger, stop being a crybaby,” remarked Sendi during the broadcast, suggesting that individuals who consistently adopt a victim mentality may themselves be responsible for the issues they face.

Sendi also hinted at a perceived rivalry between Manager Roger and the leggy Spice Diana, implying that Roger may be seeking undue attention within the industry.

The critique from Sendi follows a recent incident where Spice Diana, during a live broadcast on Facebook, verbally attacked Jenkins Mukasa, a close associate of Sendi. Sendi condemned Diana’s behavior, advising her against engaging in public confrontations, particularly on social media platforms.

“Spice Diana, as long as you’re an artist, refrain from conducting live videos where you insult others,” cautioned Sendi, emphasizing that such actions could harm her reputation and career prospects.

He noted that while many artists might display similar behavior, competent management often shields them from public scrutiny. Sendi urged Diana to exhibit better conduct, regardless of personal grievances.

Furthermore, Sendi encouraged Manager Roger to adopt a more receptive attitude towards constructive criticism, implying that a willingness to learn and adapt is essential for effective management in the music industry.

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Born and raised in the heart of Uganda, Olga developed a deep appreciation for the power of storytelling from a young age. Her curiosity about the world and its myriad complexities led her to pursue a degree in Journalism and Mass Communication, graduating with honors from Makerere University. This was just the beginning of her journey into the world of news publishing.
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