When news broke out about Mowzey Radio’s death, a lot of plans had to be changed, concerts were postponed while other shows were called off. Bebe Cool, Spice Diana and Fille called off their soon-coming shows in honour of the deceased musician.
Such was the dilemma that Cindy faced. The singer was booked to perform at Najeera based hang out – Nexus Lounge before Mowzey Radio breathed his last. However since she had already been paid she had no option but to carry on with the show.
Like the ‘King’ she is, Cindy soldiered on with a performance in celebration of Mowzey Radio’s life that was abruptly cut short after a bar fight.
While other fans were mourning at Neverland in Makindye during the vigil of the deceased, Cindy was on the Nexus Lounge dance floor consoling his other fans by putting up energetic performances which she said were in celebration of the deceased icon whom she described as irreplaceable.
Before performing, she requested the audience to observe a moment of silence for the departed artiste, vocalist and song writer. She later revealed to the audience that Mowzey had changed a lot in the recent past from the rowdy fella she used to know.
“Every time we spoke, I could tell there was something different about Mowzey. Whenever we met, Radio always told me about God and you would clearly see he was a different person. I am glad he accepted the Lord before he died and I know he is in a better place,” Cindy narrated.
Radio’s untimely death has affected so many Ugandans that even the revelers who turned up for Nexus’ Thirsty Thursday theme night were clearly in a somber mood. DJs Slick Stuart, Alberto Ali, Hot Numack and Elis Mush however did their best to liven up the audience.