Ugandan favorite couple breaks up according to the latest updates from Ugandan media platforms. Daddy Andre and Nina Roz began their love affair last year. The two got cozy and their awesome photos were reposted all over social media and even stories of them published in magazines.
Lately, news of the Black Market Records couple breakup resurfaced and Daddy Andre was heard in a voice note accusing her of a drug relapse. He went ahead to add that all she was doing was to ride on Angella Katatumba's fame to regain her worth in the music industry. At some point, fans thought they were doing this just to gain clout for their latest song 'Andele' therefore they dismissedsuch claims until enough evidence was found.
A source from Black Market Records- that I wish not to disclose, verified that the two were no longer together. The couple even went ahead to delete pictures of each other together on Instagram and all liable platforms.
Such kind of updates indicate that this was indeed not a perfect relationship as most of us thought. The couple has been walking on eggshells and at loggerheads behind the scenes. Commitment is indeed not a bed of roses.
Nina Roz has a new single out titled Enyonta that was produced and directed by Daddy Andre. The song is all about toxicity and a love affair gone wrong. It appears that the two are still working together regardless of their indifferences.
Check out her single @NinaRoz Official on YouTube and subscribe to her channel.
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