In a video shared on his YouTube channel, the controversial media personality said he had been told that Winnie Nwagi had plans of partying ways with Swangz Avenue, the record label that Vinka is also signed to.
Kasuku courts Vinka's punch again, compares her with Winnie Nwagi
It seems Kasuku didn't believe Vinka when she said at some point she wanted to beat him.
This led to the conversation about who of the two songstresses would pull through without a label.
"A person who would struggle without a label is Vinka," said Kasuku who was holding the conversation with KFM morning show hosts Brian Mulondo and Faiza Salima, alias Fabz.
Kasuku, who also works with Dembe FM, a sister station to KFM, argued that since Vinka was originally a dancer, not a singer thus the label played a huge role in her growth.
"Vinka, originally, wasn't a singer, she was a dancer... The support of the label made her who she is," he argued.
He claimed the label was able to figure out her strengths and how to brand her
He compared her to Irene Ntale who also was once under Swangz Avenue and has struggled to make hits since she left.
"Irene Ntale is about the music" but she doesn't understand showbiz, he said.
Vinka was Ntale's manager when she was under Swangz Avenue.
This, one may argue, puts her in a better position to survive on her own since she's worked both as a singer and manager.
Nwagi has no known history of managing a musician.
She has also actually been made who she is by Swangz Avenue, as Benon Mugumbya discovered when he was a judge during Coca-Cola Rated Next and she was a participant.
Her first hit was produced under Swangz Avenue.
But, according to Kasuku, Winnie Nwagi would survive without the label because she has more selling points, including her personality.
While Nwagi's eccentric personality has helped her build an admirable fan base, some observers have argued that it could hurt her career if she is left alone.
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