Singer Vinka has hit at critics who labeled her a man. She has asserted that whatever their agenda was, it backfired and instead helped her rather than made her career go downhill.
While speaking in a local interview, Vinka said that it pained her alot when she heard that some of her fans were calling her Ami g other names a man due to her deep voice.
She however noted that musicians are liable to criticism of all kinds although being called a man was way too much for her to handle and sometimes she cried.
"It was so heart-breaking. I know artistes get criticised but my situation was so bad. I used to cry all the time. Calling me a man because of my deep voice was unfair." she said.
She however revealed that the criticism, instead of letting her down made her even more successful as it relates a higher demand for her music which made her rise steadily to the top notch of the Ugandan music industry.
"...it somehow created demand People wanted to listen to my music and some wanted to see me perform. I started enjoying it." said an optimistic Vinka.
She has went on to release several songs including Chips and Ketchup, Love panic, By the Way, Mapozi amongst others.