Last week, a video of Winnie Nwagi’s inappropriate performance at St Mary’s College Kisubi (SMACK) sparked outrage after emerging online.
SMACK is an only boys secondary school.
The video showed the ‘musawo’ singer and her queen dancers dancing erotically with underage male students on stage.
Her action was widely observed by critics as improper and unprofessional.
“Is it in order to sexually inflame young men in a single-sex school like SMACK. Aren’t you contributing to the risk of homosexuality? Why do you punish these boys at this vulnerable stage? You get them sexually aroused but they have NO outlet,” Pastor Martin Sempa, a renowned social critic said in a tweet last week.
Following the incident, Nwagi remained unapologetic, saying she doesn’t care what anyone thinks about her. She adds that she was doing her role as an entertainer and performer.
“Let them say whatever they want but honestly, I don’t care,”Nwagi said.
But her management label -Swangz Avenue has issued an apology to the public saying that such eventuality will never happen again.
“We deeply regret the inappropriate performance by Winnie Nwagi at St Mary’s College Kisubi on July 13th. We have investigated the incident and measures have been put in place to avoid a repeat of the same,”
“This was a huge error in judgment and both the Artist and the management team acknowledge the pain and mistrust caused by this incident. We apologize to the general public, parents of the students in attendance and the school administration.”