With the battle between two of Uganda’s top divas, Sheebah Karungi and Cindy Sanyu, still gaining momentum, Spice Diana’s name is being often mentioned because of her ‘involvement’ when she jumped on Cindy Sanyu’s ‘Copicat’ riddim last week.

While appearing on NBS TV’s KURT show on Saturday, the Source Management songstress revealed that she is not involved in any battle despite jumping on the Cindy-inspired ‘Copicat’ riddim.

Tuff B and Spice Diana

She further revealed that she can never pick a side between the two divas involved in the battle because they both contributed so much to inspiring her before joining the music industry as a young girl.

I didn’t choose a side, It’s not about siding. Cindy personally asked me to do something on the riddim. I went to studio the next day and did something.

I cannot side because I respect both artistes. I am Spice because I have learnt from them and I respect, so much, the people I’ve found on the scene because they paved the way. Maybe if I didn’t find Sheebah or Cindy on the scene, I wouldn’t have been Spice because I wouldn’t have had any example to learn from.

Spice Diana during an interview on NBS Television

Watch the full interview below;

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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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