Fik Fameica joins Lydia Jazmine in telling off TV presenter
By Michael Nampala 01 Jul 2020 05:10 PM EAT
Hours after Lydia Jazmine coming out to express her dissatisfaction with a TV presenter who had terrible remarks about her, Fik Fameica has come out to support his fellow artist who also doubles as a close friend, he confirms that this is far from over.
Lydia Jazmine and Fik Fameica have a song together dubbed Muko
"This is too much, we have been silent about people like these! Enough is enough! I saw this Yesterday but I was busy shooting Ndibyange video. Ibrah and the likes that practice this kind of unprofessionalism it’s time to put a stop to this! You are not going away with this."
News from UBC that owns Star TV indicate that the presenter has since been told to apologize to Lydia Jazmine. They have also suspended the Wolokoso program to try and look at the past episodes to ascertain if the presenter has breached UBC's broadcasting standards.
Lydia Jazmine has always been the quiet type something she has been quoted saying in different interviews, but this was way too much that she could stand it anymore.
Lydia Jazmine's post has close to 5K comments, it has been shared over 800 times.
Just like Sheila Gashumba demanded an apology from Tina Fierce, the latter did not oblige and the end result, she was forced to take a break as they prepare to battle it in court.
Lydia Jazmine too is demanding for an apology from MC Ibrah.
"My sick mother, family and friends have been affected deeply by this. I don't fight with people all I do is my music and mind my own business. You all know me, I never respond or fight anybody, I have always kept my silence, but I Am human and this has brought so much pain to me. I ask for a full apology for all these insults," Lydia Jazmine noted in her message.
Speaking to a local tabloid the arguably most curvy socialite in TZ who has dared Kenya's Vera Sidika on all fronts, said that she has never dated the dad of four and has no time for him.
"Those are just rumors, they can say whatever they want to..." Obed added.