Singer Spice Diana has had many controversial moments and scandals in the past few months. The latest we have landed on is that, her songs have been banned from Nation Media group’s KFM Radio. Our reliable sources at the Namwongo-based station have not yet revealed exactly why her songs were banned from the station.
However, presenter Freddie Sakura seemed to have broken the ice and confirmed the news while on air as he presented his popular lunch-time show.
Rumor has been going on until today about the ban when our razor-sharp snoops who were tuned in to Freddy’s show followed a conversation when a caller requested for Spice Diana’s music, Freddy confirmed that she is still on a huge ban and that her music can never be played again.
“Unfortunately I can’t play any of Spice Diana’s songs, she is still on a ban and none of her music can be played here on KFM,” said Freddie.
We have not yet confirmed what exactly Spice Diana did for her songs to stop playing on KFM as we are also yet to confirm whether even December FM the sister station to KFM also doesn’t play it before we can come up with a concrete conclusion.
Spice Diana recently graduated from Makerere University and was the talk of the country through February not because she had her first ever concert which was a success, but because she said the made a mistake on a TV interview.
“I did History, Art and Luganda. I got… was it 30 something, 30 what? Yeah 32, I think. It was a second grade. Because our school wasn’t performing well,” She said.
The Anti Kale hit-maker claimed that she scored 32 points in A level. Crazy right? By the time she sat her A-Levels examinations (assuming she did), the lowest mark was 0 points while the highest was 20 points but no. That means, Spice Diana was better than the best, she scored 32 points. However, she eventually came out to clarify the mess.