Fans have told songstress Irene Ntale to avoid messing with her sumbie.
This was after she asked about a practice she had seen on Snapchat.
The Gukuba singer said that she had seen something on Snapchat known as Vajacial.
“There’s a thing i saw on Snapchat called a vajacial.. ladies have y’all done this before and what should I expect?” She asked.
This saw some of her followers advise her to leave the sumbie alone and let it cleanse itself as it has its own mechanism.
“Leave your vagina alone. It is self-cleansing and only the vulva needs a daily wash with water. You certainly must not squirt foreign chemicals into it as these are likely to upset its delicate PH balance and cause infection. Your pussy is a miracle of God’s creation,” one user said.
This saw Irene Ntale reply by saying “Dear I know all this and thanks but this is for the outside apparently where the hair grows.”
A vajacial is typically a 50 minute treatment, which includes a cleanse, mild enzyme exfoliant, extractions of ingrown hairs, followed by a custom mask, completed with a skin brightening serum or spot treatment.