Ronald Mayinja: There is no witchcraft in the music business.
Ronald Mayinja, a singer from Golden Production, has spoken out regarding the claims of witchcraft involvement in the music business. Ronald Mayinja: There is no witchcraft in the music business.
The “Bizeemu” singer denied the accusations, claiming that he was not aware of the usual accusations made against performers.
He continued by saying that he had never observed or overheard any reports of witchcraft in the music industry.
Because he only knows that musicians work hard and that is what has kept some of them at the top, he thinks that these stories are all fabrications of the reviewers.
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I have never seen or heard of the many accusations of witchcraft leveled against the music industry, in addition to the numerous other accusations.
He said these things in an interview at a press conference held at the Serena Hotel in advance of a band concert scheduled on December 24, 2022.
Ronald Mayinja went on to assert that by consistently attempting to discredit musicians rather than edifying them, journalists are to blame for all of the calamities in the entertainment industry.
When he was still a high school student, Mayinja began his musical career.
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With the assistance of a Good Samaritan he recorded his songs and launched his first album, Sinzoba.
At the time, the record was promoted by Mulindwa Muwonge, a staff member at CBS radio Kampala, one of Uganda’s original radio stations.
He has published a number of albums over time including
Ronald Mayinja: There is no witchcraft in the music business. – latest celebrity jazz