Vivian Tendo Accuses Ex-manager Yesse Oman Rafiki of Threatening Her

[Image Source: Vivian Tendo Instagram]

By Gloria

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Fast-rising Ugandan artist Vivian Tendo has accused her former manager, singer and songwriter Yesse Oman Rafiki of threatening her on social media.

The ‘Hajati Wa Hajji’ hit maker was formerly signed under Yesse's Route Entertainment, but they parted ways a few weeks ago.

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Sharing screenshots on her social media pages, Vivian Tendo claimed that Yesse has been threatening and accusing her of disrespect and lack of gratitude to her former management ever since they parted ways.

"I've been strong enough to stay on the bad side of the story and I understand you all want me to drop new music but with whatever is going on behind the curtains I can't.

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"In case anything happens to me, at least you can know who to question. I've been threatened so many times and I wouldn't want you to post my pics with 'Missing Person', or 'RIP' without knowing why. It's totally out of my control now because it literally costs my life so I hope you don't judge me. I'm only trying to protect myself or my life before things get totally worse," Vivian posted.

In a voice note, she shared online, a voice of a person claimed to be Yesse is heard telling her to make time and look for him so that they can mend their working relationship. However, Vivian notes that she will not.

By the press time, the accused was yet to respond to the accusations leveled against him.

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