"Last Year, Thieves Broke Into My Munyonyo House Twice Until I Shifted"- Lydia Jazmine Reveals

Posted on January 05, 2024
By Sean Musa Carter
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Revealing that she even knows the person who used to send them to rob her house, singer Lydia Jazmine has narrated the horrifying moments she went through when armed robbers broke into her Munyonyo Pad, she even pins Bushington for refusing to stage for her music concerts.

The LJ Music sensation Lydia Jazmine has spilled the beans on the tumultuous ride that was her 2023, sharing a harrowing account of facing danger and betrayal that forced her into an unexpected escape.

Jazmine disclosed that she narrowly escaped a life-threatening encounter with thugs who invaded her residence under the cover of darkness.

This unexpected ordeal led her to make an exit from her home in Munyonyo. Shockingly, the attack was orchestrated by none other than some of her supposed friends and even family members, who turned against her, accusing her of unfounded transgressions.

"Last year was very difficult for me. I almost lost my life when thugs broke into my house, and I had to run away. My friends and family betrayed me. I was accused of things I even have no clue about," Jazmine revealed with sincerity.

Adding another layer to her challenging narrative, the "Masuuka" singer lamented the letdowns from her previous management, which left her dreams of multiple concerts in tatters. Despite her resolute spirit, these setbacks hindered what could have been her third concert, creating a storm of frustration and disappointment.

However, the multi-talented artist is poised for a triumphant comeback. With her debut concert scheduled for March 1, 2024, Jazmine has declared a temporary hiatus from taking any additional bookings until she dazzles her fans with a musical spectacle.

Watch her interview below;