By Ivan Kabuye
Petite singer Hajarah Namukwaya (Spice Diana) has a type. If you ever get lucky with her, at least to the point of seeing where she hangs her bikers and G-strings to dry, you should never grow a rat belly. She reveals it is the worst turn off; something that gives her nightmares..
On Saturday 19th May 2023 at LDC grounds, Spice Diana came face to face with her nightmares during the Mwiri League. From just a few glances, you told that Most old boys groom the bellies for fun.
However, one such old boy who took a chance to bump and grind with Spice Diana as she performed left the stage with his tail coiled, ego bruised and belly rumbling. She openly told him that his body structure denied him a chance to dance with her and feel the contours of her body with his sausage-like fingers.
The Mwiri Player whose big belly couldn’t create space for spice Diana’s body-to-body touch left her with no options but rather told him to find solutions to make it smaller for her to be able to dance with her on stage comfortably.
She later danced with another whose Jersey had the provocative caption: “What is Your Plan B? ” A quick witted Spice Diana led him on and she was the one who touched him not vice versa .
Spice Diana left the stage praising the Mwiri league guys’ speed when it comes to touching a woman’s body.
With only one song performed, the Mwiri players, like Billy goats in a mating season were already on stage begging Spice Diana for a squeeze.
This left Spice shocked as he had to tell some of them to hold on and wait as she first excites the crowds before dancing with them. At most events, Spice calls out a reveller to show off his dance skills and as a result most men take advantage of spicing up the dance ending up zero distancing with her on stage.
The Mwiri League organizers thanked OBs who turned up in big numbers for the games and also thanked those who financially support the league as well.
The Mwiri League is a corporate soccer and Cricket competition that brings together generations of old boys of Busoga College Mwiri and friends across the different cohorts to network.