Singer Spice Diana claims that despite having a Muslim name, she must continue to do her job, even if it means advertising a booze company. (Spice Diana – My Muslim name does not prevent me from supporting a booze brand)
Spice Diana, actual name Hajara Namukwaya, is one of the most booked local musicians, according to Source Management.
She has also signed multiple endorsements with various corporate firms as a brand ambassador and influencer as a result of her fame and impact.
Her most recent endorsement is a multi-million dollar 6-month ambassadorial contract with Buganda Kombucha.
Critics have frequently questioned why she supports alcoholic beverages and other liquor brands, which has frequently irritated her.
During a press conference on Wednesday, the singer stated that she will continue to do her job regardless of the criticism leveled at her from many aspects.
Spice stated that if she followed every religious requirement, she would not be singing at various events or in clubs.
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It has no significance. Because I am Hajara, I would not even be performing in bars because of the nature of my employment.
I’d only perform in Mosques and Churches. But I’m simply performing my work, and it shouldn’t affect my identity. That’s just how it is. (Spice Diana – My Muslim name does not prevent me from supporting a booze brand – celebrity jazz ug )