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Ritah Dancehall claims Roger wants to kill her, Spice Diana breaks silence on critics

Ritah Dancehall says Roger Lubega, the founder of Source Management, the record label that manages Spice Diana has threatened to kill her for criticising Diana's concert.

Ritah Dancehall, Spice Diana and Roger Lubega

In a video Dancehall shared on TikTok, she wonders why she was singled out yet many people have been pointing out that despite having good production and stage infrastructure, Diana's live performance was uninspiring.

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According to Dancehall, she was also set to perform at Diana's concert in Jinja but Roger stopped her after learning about her comments.

"In case I encounter any problems, suspect number one is Roger, the manager of Spice Diana. He threatened to kill me for giving my opinion on their show... it had good production, but the stage act was not interesting... They are attacking me for saying the show wasn't interesting... He said he will kill me... Meanwhile, they even stopped me from performing at their show in Jinja... The Spice Dianas and the team were busy abusing me... if they have a problem with me, I apologise to them..." she said in the video.

"But I can't be at home when I'm worried that someone wants to kill me... Guys remember there was a saga of Spice Diana killing a person... I'm now living in fear... Is it an issue to criticise the show?... I've even filed a case at police because I can't allow being threatened."

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She said she also received calls from Roger issuing threats, but she maintains she has no problem with Diana and her manager.

Meanwhile, Spice Diana spoke about her concert for the first time, saying that she did exactly what her fans expected.

"My concert was too big and expensive production for haters to handle. I understand your pain. mbu live band tebyanyumye [was not interesting]. Did you expect [me] to sing like [Celine Dion?]. I am spice Diana. Or you expected a semi-live like your other... You can listen to my recorded songs on YouTube[.] If you wanted perfection," she said.

"Meanwhile, It was my 4th concert so my gadgets came expecting me to sing like I did. That's why a Spice Diana fan will always turn up, enjoy me. Contented and not bothered. So ya'll witches byabasaze. Ok talk about the numbers, the stage, lighting, costumes you can't coz everything was 10 over 10 minus nothing."

Diana was holding a concert at Lugogo Cricket Oval for the first time.

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