Media personality Caroline Mutoko and Gospel musician Bahati over the weekend suffered the wrath of angry Kenyans after supporting King Kaka’s viral song ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’.
The two celebrities acknowledged King Kaka’s latest artistic work “Wajinga Nyinyi” highlighting the sorry state of the nation bedeviled by corruption, unemployment, stalling projects and failed promises.
Kenyans who were on high alert responded swiftly, reminding them of the role they played in placing the current regime in office and told them to keep quiet.
The Ten over ten hit-maker took to twitter where he posted a photo of Wajinga Nyinyi, with the caption “A Voice Sent By God @RabbitTheKing 🔥🔥🔥 #WajingaNyinyi Vote Wisely”
Netizens attacked the singer and accused him of being a hypocrite, and told him that he and corruption were under the same category.
They reminded him of stooping so low and supporting the Government when he sat on the presidents seat and even stepped on his stool when he was performing at Kasarani.
"@frankmoha9 Wewe na Judas tofauti ni unatumia microphone yenye alitumia mdomo."
"@ateeyni4ro Lakini mjinga ni wewe... You were headlining jubilee campaigns and even sat on the presidents seat. Acha double standards"
“Wewe ndo ulikanyaga stool ya glass ya Unye wakati wakati wa Jubilee launch sio! Fala acha kudandia” Read some of the comments.
Media personality, Caroline Mutoko also took to twitter stating that the song was a must listen to.
Netizens who keep records of everything, resurfaced a photo of her with President Uhuru, Ruto and Julie Gichuru. She was attacked and accused of being one of those people who has profited from the Government. Netizens demanded her to take a back seat and let others complete the journey.
Early in the morning, the singer asked for prayers and protection after unfounded claims of an alleged assassination attempt was published in a local blog.
"Woke Up to This. All I can Say is I need protection and prayers. Please.” Read his caption for a photo of the article as published in the blog.