Winnie Nwagi has spoken out to clear the air about rumors that she is planning to end her long-term relationship with her management team Swangz Avenue. (‘I’m in the right place at Swangz Avenue’ Nwagi says )
Nwagi stated that the decision to leave Swangz Avenue was not entirely her own, but rather the result of discussions with close friends.
She went on to say that her friends have been pressuring her for a long time to go the Sheebah route and manage her career on her own.
According to her friends, if she managed her own career, she would earn more money because she is being used and cheated by the management at Swangz Avenue, which Nwagi does not agree with.
The Musawo singer stated that she could not leave Swangz Avenue because her brand would not be able to survive on its own.
She went on to say how stressful it is to have to carry the heavy burden of managing her own career, which she was far from prepared to do.
Nwagi believes she should stick with Swangz Avenue because they are talented.
“If I decide to manage myself, you will learn that Winnie Nwagi is no longer alive after a few years.” Because some things are too difficult to handle on your own.”
“You need an experienced team.” So, for me, I’m glad I still have a team,” Nwagi explained.
Nwagi stated that she is not concerned about anything as long as she is able to meet all of her needs, care for herself, and send her daughter to school, and that she will remain on Swangz Avenue because that is where she truly belongs.
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“I’m not sure what the future holds, but for now, I feel like I’m in the right place as long as things are done the way I want them to be, I pay my bills, my daughter goes to school, and I’m not in debt,” she added.
Winnie Nwagi, who joined Swangz Avenue in 2014, has had tremendous success with the record label based in the industrial area.
Nwagi has had several hits over the years, including her breakthrough hit Katono Katono and other monster hits such as Kano Koze, Embeera, Jangu, Matala, Kibulamu, Magic, and Detergent. (‘I’m in the right place at Swangz Avenue’ Nwagi says – Showbiz in Uganda)