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Rickman Manrick to Dump Music and Focus on Football Coaching

Singer Derrick Ddungu, also known as Rickman Manrick, socialite Sheila Gashumba’s boyfriend makes a major announcement that will leave his music fans frustrated and gobsmacked.

He revealed a decision through his X account saying that, he is retiring from music in 2028. In this post, Rickman Manrick expressed a strong desire to shift his focus towards coaching football, aiming to reignite his childhood passion for the sport.

It should be remembered that, he played professional football for Swedish clubs like Sävedalen IF, Rickman’s football career took an unexpected turn due to a knee injury sustained a few years ago. That is how he stopped playing football and decided to focus on doing music.

He however faced a lot of challenges in the early days of his music career, but the singer achieved significant success in 2019 with his hit song “Ebango,” which dominated music charts and gained popularity on streaming platforms. This marked a turning point in his musical career, and he became a notable figure in the industry.

More to note is, Rickman Manrick relationship with socialite Sheila Gashumba that started in 2021 helped him so greatly to pull his music from the grasses to stardom. This is in a way that she used to help her push the music, do stunts for him, and at some point she announced that she was the one managing him.

This news did not go well with his fans, as some were seen asking him to be true and declare that he has failed in music and wants to hide in football coaching. Because as far as we know, before one coaches football professionally, they have to first go Into courses that take years.

Rickman Manrick has songs like; Target, Muchere ne Kawo, Beautiful mummy, Rukundo, and many more. We wish him well in all his endeavors.

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