By Hussein Kiganda
Dancehall singer Cindy (real name Cindy Sanyu) has urged female artistes to sign agreements when doing collabos with male artistes.
This follows a story in which Denmark-based Ugandan singer Sumayya Sheba accused musician Eddy Yawe of selling a song to her, and another artiste concurrently.
Sheba claims that she paid all the costs for her and Yawe to work on the collabo, only for Yawe to allegedly do a collabo of the same song with another artiste.
Cindy, who doubles as the president of the Uganda Musicians Association, believes that if there was a signed agreement, Sheba would have been helped.
She said as it is, UMA has nowhere to start helping her.
All efforts to reach Yawe for a comment proved futile.
Cindy further castigated females for using the excuse of men showing interest in them to justify the reasons behind their misunderstandings. She said it was normal for a male to woo a female.
“I do not see any problem with a man trying to woo you. Because you are beautiful, so many men will yearn for you. You cannot take a person to Police for wooing you unless they have physically applied force on you,” Cindy said.