Songstress Vivian Tendo is set to out her first solo project called Bwolwawo. This follows after the fast-rising singer Vivian Tendo Ntubiro officially parted ways with her management, Route Entertainment led by producer, singer and songwriter Yese Oman Rafiki. Oman Rafiki spoke out with a lot of pain about it.
According to cyclone times news sources, the whole saga kick started when Yese Oman Rafiki (Viviane Tendo’s manager) stopped the singer from attending a music show in South Africa which was reportedly for free.
“Vivian wanted to go to South Africa to do a show for free something that we didn’t agree on as a management and she decided to move on,” said Yese Oman Rafiki during an exclusive interview.
The development marks end of the 3 years spell that Tendo has been enjoying with Oman Rafiki under Route Entertainment where she was enjoying everyday success like no more.
The singer is strong that she will silence her haters therefore she called upon all her fans for maximum support towards her new journey.
“To my lovely fans, as I promised, I will be dropping something soon in Bwolwawo. Thank you all for your endless support. Kindly subscribe to my new YouTube channel,” Vivian Tendo posted.
The singer also thanked her amazing fans during her birthday celebrations as she did a charity through her Vivian Tendo Foundation.
“I really want to appreciate each and everyone that came together with us to make this possible. It feels so relieving for God to bless other people through us”, Vivian Tendo posted on her facebook.