Are musicians Spice Diana, Nince Henry in love?

In the post that was shared on all her platforms, Spice Diana asked Nince Henry who's also a songwriter to come out and open up to the world supposedly about their love affair.

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Spice Diana during a recent video shoot|Courtesy Photo.

Spice Diana, real name Namukwaya Hajara Diana Monday shocked her fans and followers of her social media platforms when she posted materials that seemed to suggest she’s been in a secret romantic affair with fellow artiste Nince ‘Sekyanzi’ Henry.

However a section of her fans remained skeptical of her revelation. They called it a “fake stunt.”

In the post that was shared on all her platforms, Spice Diana asked Nince Henry who’s also a songwriter to come out and open up to the world supposedly about their love affair.

She allegedly said their relationship has for so long been kept it in the dark and not even their families or friends know about it and she wants it to be known to everyone now.

“ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. We have kept this in the dark for long and it’s painful. I have a family that needs to know. Even my fans would like to know where I stand in this regard Henry. Yes. Nince Henry It’s time we come out. It’s now or never. I am tired. Byebyo,” she said.

On her Facebook page, the comment section has been buzzing with contrasting views from fans and critics.

Nince Henry|Courtesy/Facebook.

Some have wished them well, a few were left stuck between rock and hard place as far as the statement is concerned while others completely rubbished the possibility.

In his judgement, a one Kasule Douglas Benda thinks Spice Diana’s management is using the post as stunt just to create anxiety before releasing her next song, or even a possible collaboration with Nince Henry.

Kasule however noted that such stunts should’ve been left in the early 2000s where fans were gullible and would believe anything said by the artists.

“Kati management ya Sipayisi etudde wansi nebatakula bbontwe to find a stunt that will make the public talk about her and Nince Henry. They had sleepless nights trying to find what will work before they bring a new song. Nebalowooza nebalowooza until finally one of them said, “Otyoooo nkafunye! Tugende tokole post Ono!” Then the management approved it and they still believe nti tuli mu early 2000s where people would buy anything…Nze ngamba you guys can do better than this kubanga bino byakijega mubirekere upcoming artists,” Kasule argued.

Others as well had their views.

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