Why didn’t somebody tell me Vinka is actually female- Frank Walusimbi
“The true beauty of music is that it connects people. It carries a message and we, the musicians, are the messengers,” American funk, soul, and jazz composer, vibraphone player, and music producer Roy Ayers once said.
You could be wondering how veteran journalist and NTV Luganda news anchor Frank Walusimbi is connected to singer Vinka.
For all the years Vinka has been singing, Frank says he did not know that she’s female.
We don’t know whether to believe him or not.
Frank who also doubles as the Agafa Eyo editor on Spark TV yesterday took to his twitter timeline to tell netizens how the Chips na Ketchup singer has a “powerful beautiful voice – better than male “tenor-tuned” singers.”
When his followers asked what he was up to, Frank explained himself saying he was Vinka’s new fan.
“Powerful voice. Exclusive talent!” he posted.
Whatever Frank is planning, it’s only between him and his God.
Why didn’t somebody tell me Vinka is actually female?! ? #ChipsAndKetchup
— Frank Walusimbi (@FrankWALUSIMBI) November 23, 2018