KAMPALA – As the saying ‘No Pain without Gain’ goes, singer Spice Diana is a living testimony to its authenticity. The songstress has a story that would inspire any female out there who is probably thinking of giving up on life.
If you crossed paths with the ‘Kokoonya’ singer today, you would think she is one of those people that grew up from a rich well to do family and have never felt the pain of sleeping hungry.
However, you would totally be wrong to think that of her as the diva has hustled from what people term as zero to hero.
The Source Entertainment songstress through her Snap chat, revealed that her teenage life was characterized by toiling to make sure that her siblings got something to eat and attended school.
“I never enjoyed my teenage years. I spent it working so hard to raise my young siblings. I did every kind of job apart from prostitution, marriage and okusima toyi,”she shared.
Spice Diana grew up with her mother after the man of the family left them and even then, she was the one hustling the most to provide for the family.
The singer has had a successful music career and while most of her fellow artists are busy cursing the effects of the global pandemic Covid-19 placed on the music industry, Star Girl Spice Diana will not forget 2020 clearly for the good reasons.
In just the first half of the year, the singer has managed to secure over three endorsement deals from big companies around the country making her one of the busiest artists in the country today.
These ranged from beauty products brands, mobile phone brands and to a mobile money transfer platform (Chipper Cash).
The “Mood” singer is doing the most to better her brand a goal she set for herself a few years ago. She is also currently dominating the airwaves with beautiful music and owning a multi-million mansion in Salaama Munyonyo.
Spice’s philanthropist heart has in the past earned her a name ‘Queen of Quarantine’ by her fans for she had been moving around the entire lockdown helping out people and fellow artists with items to help them out in the pandemic.