"😂😂noo tuwe amawulire naye ebya mavoko wapi😅" a commenter wrote under the video Nakazibwe shared on TikTok.
Video: Faridah Nakazibwe tries singing Philly Lutaaya’s ‘Omubezzi Jjali’
Netizens advised TV presenter Faridah Nakazibwe to stick to news anchoring because she wouldn't stand a chance in the music industry.
In the video, Nakazibwe tries to sing Philly Lutaaya's Omubezzi Jjali. It was a live band session and Nakazibwe, who was seated next to a performer from Abeeka Band, lip-synced to the song as he performed.
Toward the end of the clip, he pauses so Nakazibwe's voice can be heard. She mentions "Mukulezia" before adding "kona", sending the performer into laughter.
Another commenter said: "🤣🤣🤣da way mummy Naka was also scared of her voice"
Said another: "was kona necessary if I may ask"
"I have watched it many times because of koona😂😂😂😂😂😂” reads another comment.
Meanwhile, they appreciated the performer.
Said a commenter: "it was beautiful this guy is so talented, I enjoyed."
This one offered consolation to Nakzibwe: "You tried mama🥰🥰🥰"
She may lack singing vocals, but Faridah Nakazibwe loves music.
Once in a while, she treats her fans to dance videos, grooving to the latest jams like Ruger's Girlfriend. She even dances with guests on her morning show. Like this video where is she dancing with Rema Namakula to her song Yo Sweet.
Faridah Nakazibwe has been in the media industry for close to two decades years, having started with WBS TV.
She had been at WBS for a year and a half when she landed a job at NTV in September 2006. A graduate of Mass Communication, Nakazibwe started as a reporter at WBS TV.
While she had applied to join NTV as an editor and reporter, the interview panel noticed she could make a good anchor.
Apart from reading news in Luganda, she also hosts a morning show called Mwasuze Mutya where she interviews personalities in different sectors.
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