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Cindy Sanyu denies using ‘Full Package’ to fuel musical feud, focuses on empowering women


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Singer Cinderella Sanyu a.k.a Cindy Sanyu’s song “Full Package” has already created a fuss on social media with critics noting that its video lacks the creativity that Cindy has oozed for many years.

Cindy notes that the message in the song is aimed at empowering women to feel like they are enough and can do everything on their own.

I do music for women quite often, I like women to feel enough. I feel like people don’t tell us enough that we are enough yet we do so much. That song means I am full package, I say that for all women to feel like whatever they need is within themselves. That’s what the song means.

Cindy Sanyu

Cindy also denies creating and releasing the song to get involved in the Sheebah vs Spice Diana musical beef that has been ongoing.

She maintains that her song was released way before Sheebah and Spice released their beef songs and that hers is to empower and rather not attack any woman.

“She (Sheebah) released it after my song. “Full Package” came out before Sipimika. My song wasn’t aimed at anyone. It’s just a song so everything that happened after that is their business but my song is to empower women. I want a woman to feel strong enough,” Cindy added.

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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