Swangz Avenue singer Winnie Nakanwagi, popularly known as Winnie Nwagi, is in deep trouble again and it is not with her own record label this time but with Ugandan journalists.

A section of journalists have ganged up against the Musawo singer with intentions of exposing her ‘unprofessional conduct’ after she appeared to have insulted one of their own.

This follows a release of WhatsApp chat screenshots in which Gloria Haguma – a journalist with the Daily Monitor – was insulted by the singer for requesting to have an interview with her for a fashion column.

Gloria Haguma

Lawrence Ogwal, also a journalist with the Daily Monitor Sqoop, took it upon himself to call out Nwagi for her ridiculous conduct as he displayed the screenshots showing the chats between Haguma and the songstress.

Ogwal claims that Nwagi told Haguma to ‘F**K OFF’ because she had approached her arrogantly which he deems false because the latter politely introduced herself, the company she works for and why she needs the interview, only for the singer to hurl sharp words at her.

Lawrence Ogwal

Just last week, city comedienne Anne Kansiime revealed how she is going to start charging media for interviews and according to Ogwal, the artistes have lost the aspect of professionalism.

The journalist reported the matter to Swangz Avenue boss Julius Kyazze whom he says strongly condemns Nwagi’s act. Take a look at the screenshots 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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