Diana, born Hajara Namukwaya, says she has been amazed at how successful she has been in her relatively short music career so far, but says there’s one more thing she needs to check off her list. And that is a child.
I’ve got all I wanted in life; I just need one more thing - Spice Diana
Spice Diana is grateful to God for fulfilling all her life’s dreams at such a young age….well, almost all her dreams.
“I now have everything, but I still need a baby,” the singer told Stickman Musudan in an interview this week.
“And by the grace of God, I am going to give birth soon. You’ll be there one day and hear that I am a mother.”
Coming up from the grinding life in the ghettos of Nakulabye, to building a mega mansion in Makindye, Diana has cemented her status as one of the wealthiest self-made artistes in the country.
Commenting on her achievements so far in the interview, she said, it was all thanks to God and her unrelenting fans.
“I started singing at such a young age; I was under 18. From when I put out my first song ‘Onsanula’ with Fizol, I haven’t looked back. Then along the way, I got the best manager Roger and things got even better,” she said.
“You also feel even more fulfilled when you look at all the lives you’ve changed, when you’ve supported your family and uplifted your buddies.”
Now all the people I grew up with in Nakulabye, they get to look at me and feel inspired and say, ‘we can also make it.”
With big cash streams coming in from her back-to-back performances, music streams, and multiple corporate endorsements, Diana says she’s decided to step up her involvement in philanthropy works, supporting different organizations that care for young, orphaned, disabled and disadvantaged children and women.
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