Winnie Nwagi says shes no longer involved in scandals because she already taught everyone that was annoying her a lesson.
Winnie has always been on the wrong side of the law when it comes to social skills and interacting with fans. She has never hesitated to put anyone in line if ever she felt offended over something they said or did for that matter.
It should be recalled that there was a time Winnie Nwagi was trending for thumping her own maid and when it came to the attention of the media, Nwagi mentioned that her maid had been acting stupid and she needed a good beating to remind her how to behave.
Until recently, Nwagi has always been known for not holding back when someone gets in her way. She's always ready to retaliate and give them ‘level'. Last year was dramatic for her, including the time she was kicked out of the ministry of internal affairs.
At some point, there were even speculations she could cut ties with her record label Swangz Avenue because of her indiscipline and how she treats her fans overall but she later refuted the rumors and said that their relationship is still tight.
Benon Mugumbya, one of the directors at her record label praised her massively, saying she was something else. He mentioned that she is actually sweet and humble and that her only weakness is that she is impulsive when angered and she could cause a scene out of impulse.
"There are times when things go wrong, and because she is in the public eye, a lot of things are blown out of proportion. But Winnie is a very sweet girl. Very shy, very down to earth. It is only that when you cross the line with her, she won't hesitate to retaliate. Sometimes she is very quick to react. She has that weakness. But besides that, she is very cool.” Mugumbya said.
When asked why she is suddenly calm and doesn’t start verbal or physical wars anymore, she said people who used to disrespect her got the message left her alone and that's why she's no longer involved in any confrontational scandal. She mentioned that she had beaten them enough and just like little kids, they had learned the hard way.
"They got the message and they no longer do to me what used to annoy me. People learn just as how you beat a child and tell them not to do it again." Nwagi said.
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