Roni Mulindwa with Sharon O, the mother of his child who was a member of the Obsessions group that he managed. Sheebah was also signed to the group back then.
Defunct Obsessions group manager, Roni Mulindwa, has come out to make his point clear on the raging beef between Sheebah Karungi and Cindy Sanyu.
Roni while appearing on NBS TV last night stated clearly that Cindy is very talented vocally and can perform so well, but so is Sheebah in her right. Sheebah has created her art and packaged it so well and the fans have appreciated, she is now ruling that space.
"Cindy has no authority to determine who can sing and who cannot sing," Roni added.
This followed a previous interview when Cindy stated that Sheebah cannot sing.
Sheebah is more relevant right now with at least five of her songs at the top in the last six months, he added.
Roni Mulindwa was managing the Obsessions Girl group that had Sharon O, the mother of his son, Sheebah Karungi, Jackie O, Hellen Lukoma and Brenda Nambi while on the other hand, Blu3 that had Jackie Chandiru, Lillian Mbabazi and Cindy Sanyu was the top All Girl Group in East Africa at the time.
"I get your point that Cindy is trying to find relevance. But I also understand Cindy's argument. You are a complete artiste with great skill, but the industry has sidelined you for an artiste who has manipulated the industry (what you call game ) and won love for herself with a wanting talent. As a competitor, you want to expose your opponent's weakness. And since you mentioned game, maybe this is her way of getting on with the game. Let the cats play and the fans decide who is who," Benjamin Prince noted.
Roni Mulindwa promptly responded.
"I think Cindy should find out what Sheebah is doing right. Let her copy that and then together with her talent she will be able to be where Sheebah is or even better."
"Cindy is talented, but she can't be the artist, the manager, the writer of her music, the creator and brander of brand Cindy the marketer choreographer, costume designer and makeup artist etc," Roni Mulindwa concluded.