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“Am not a sumbie vendor” – Zanie Brown claims (Screenshot)

Netizens have a tendency of commenting aimlessly on celebrities’ posts. On several occasions, female celebrities have received vulgar comments from their male fans. 

The same happened with adorable singer Zanie Brown as a h0rny fan asked if she can sell her goodies to him. 

“Nze Wamma Zanie ndi ku kyeyo naye ndi ready okuwa sente zenkoze mu myaka ettano onewereko kuba maama nze olumu kimpitirirako,” the salivating fan said to Zanie. 

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Th “Kawala Kalungi” singer could not let her fan go without giving him a word of advice and assuring him that she is not a sumbie vendor. She replied and advised him to invest his money and get a wife who will serve him whenever he wants.

“Anti munange situnda Ela sili Malaya. But still I advise you to invest that money, get a wife instead of buyi….” She said. 

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Female celebrities worldwide have been looked at as prostitutes by the male gender. The narrative has only started to change however many male fans still try to disrespect them while on stage. 

As of recent, Swangz Avenue’s singer Veronica Nalugya aka Vinka kicked a male fan on Saturday night when he touched her private parts while she was performing in South Sudan. 

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Another Swangz Avenue’s singer Winnie Nwagi broke a male fan’s phone when he was recording her private parts while she was performing on stage.

Songstress Rema Namakula also recalls a male fan who ordered for her to have dirty fun with him.