South Sudan NEWS PORTAL (JUBA CITY)
By Ahmad Muto
Singer Spice Diana has for the past few weeks set tongues wagging especially on social media where she has taken to sharing her photos surrounded by tall, mugged men that happen to be her security detail. It has been questioned by many if it is a stunt or indeed necessary for her to have bodyguards.
She has opened up and said she has made research and figured out that it is necessary for artistes to have security detail noting if late singers Mowzey Radio and AK47 had them, perhaps they could have been alive today. She explained that if the likes of Wizkid, Davido and Diamond have them, why not Ugandan artistes.
On the costs that come with having them around, she said they are manageable because in her case, she has a PR team, make-up artist, DJ and a designer so bodyguards are typically just an addition.
“Given how I see the music industry for the time I have been a part and my research, there is going to come a time when every artiste is going to need security detail. They are not many like some people say, they are about two to four. It also should not be cause for alarm. I am not in danger but it’s necessary. Singers, Mowzey Radio and AK 47 who both died because they were moving alone. But it would have been different if they had a security detail,” she said.
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