Following the growing news of musicians fighting fans at
performances, promoter Abitex has made it obvious to the general public, but
especially to performers. It is not acceptable to irritate your admirers
because they provide the most support in anything.
It has been reported, particularly during Winnie Nwagi's
concert, that after being touched on by fans, she fought them with a
microphone, and that they even threw bottles at her during her stage
Abitex Promotions continues to explain that when people
meet him, they fall down to his shoes and cry for no reason, therefore he sees
it as no great issue for a reveler to touch his/her favorite star.
He advises Winnie Nwagi, in particular, to take a leaf
out of Spice Diana's book since she keeps her ego in check and respects herself
by controlling her emotions; she is not harsh to their followers.
"You Will Reach A Point Where It Will Be Extremely
Difficult To Even Raise 100 Revelers If You Are Not Careful With How You Treat
Yourself And Those Around You, Especially Your Supporters." Abitex Issues
A Warning To All Artists. He praises the Kadongo Kamu who dress appropriately
and occasionally in Gomesi in his address."Look at Mariam Ndagire,"
he says, "who dresses in a longslitted dress but no one dares to touch
because she respects herself differently than Winnie Nwagi."
"Sometimes, artists are called to perform at
functions, and when they arrive, they remain steadfastly in their respective
cars, waiting for their balance." "All they care about is
money," Abitex laments. But because of their vanity, the same artists that
acted like way can't even get hired for 20,000 shillings.
"She still has her time, so let her be," he
He continues to counsel artists, having seen many succeed
and fall. What surprises him is how humble they are when they fail. He says
that it is best to be humble and disciplined while you are still on top so that
when you fall, you will have a lot of support to help you start over.