After Fik Fameica‘s concert that gathered a very low turn up in terms of crowds, the rapper’s significance in the industry has been downplayed but Douglas Lwanga does not concur with the way the issue has been handled.

In Uganda’s music industry, one of the few determinants of an artistes’ dominance is the success achieved at their music concerts regardless of the hit songs released in a given calendar year.

Despite a properly executed live music performance, Fik Fameica’s My Journey concert has been widely criticized due to the low turn up it registered in terms of the number of revelers who attended at Kyadondo Rugby Grounds.

Critics, fellow artistes and even fans on social media have thrown insults, jokes and whatever they can to the Mafia singer. Others however do not conform to the thought saying Fameica’s career is over now.

Among those artistes that have stood by Fik Fameica in this trying period are Fille Mutoni, Bebe Cool, Gravity Omutujju, Tuff B, and a few media personalities including Douglas Lwanga.

Lwanga made his opinion known to the public as he gave a much needed backing to Fik Fameica, urging him to stand even stronger now that he has more reason to.

The NBS TV presenter gave some of the reasons that could have led to the low turn up including the hiked entrance fee failing to resonate with the singer’s target audience, among others.

We applaud Lwanga’s classy gesture. We hope other key players in the game can emulate that.

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Josh Ruby is an Editor with high interest and knowledge in the Ugandan entertainment space, an industry he has been actively part of since 2010. Leads to breaking stories are welcome!

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