With media filled with stories of Fik Fameica being sued by city lawyer Prasidia Nagasha over his song My Property that the feminist claims violates the rights of the women.
However the My property artiste has refuted the law suit claims over his song.
While on a Phone interview with Matooke Republic Fameica revealed that aside from hearing rumours in the media, he hasn’t been served with any summons to that effect.
“I only see stories in the media but I haven’t received any summon,” said Fameica
Despite receiving great airplay, My property which was released in 2018 has also received a lot of criticism from feminists that disagree with the song lyrics that they say depict women as property worth purchasing and owning.
In the song Fik Fameica sings My woman is My property, My Chapati, My bugati something which the feminists disagree with.
The song has also in the past received criticism from former Miss World Africa Quinn Abenakyo and some youth under Plan Uganda who petitioned for the song to be banned.
The song My property still receives airplay in the country.