Cinderella Sanyu aka Cindy Sany has confessed that in her song Copicat, she did not intend to offend fellow musician Sheebah Karungi. (Cindy Sanyu clarifies “I didn’t aim to attack Sheebah in my song Copicat”)
Cindy underlined during her latest interview on Galaxy FM that she was talking about all the musicians that can’t produce their own songs or manage their content, but she was astonished that Sheebah was singled out.
Adding that someone who can’t write music or control their content is the equivalent of a doll in a store.
“I’m not sure why people singled out Sheebah, but I was talking about all the artists that can’t write songs or manage their content, whom I refer to as dummies.” “It’s like being a doll in a shop,” Cindy explained.
She went on to say that her opinion was to advise fellow artists in order to improve the music industry.
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It’s worth noting that Cindy and Sheebah have always fought for the title of dancehall queen and top female performer in Uganda. ( Cindy Sanyu clarifies “I didn’t aim to attack Sheebah in my song Copicat” – celebrity jazz ug )