Award winning gospel musician Rose Muhando has opened up on her tribulations, revealing shocking details of being made a sex slave and being held at gun-point on several occasions by people who want to bring her down.
Emotional Rose Muhando speaks on being made a sex slave and being held with a gun on her head [Video]
Muhando opens up in an emotional interview
In a candid interview with Radio Citizen, Muhando revealed that she overcame spirited attempts by her former manager who made sexual advances at her in a bid to make her a sex slave.
Muhando who shot to fame with her Nibebe hit song also revealed that her former manager resorted to spreading the drug abuse and devil worshiping allegations after she refused to have sexual relations with him.
“Sikutaka kuwa mtumwa wa ngono, sitaki hata leo. Potelea mbali hata kama yeye alitaka kuchukua vitu vyangu, akaamua kunitengenezea scandal sababu nilimkataa (I did not want to be a sex slave even up to this day. He (manager) started the devil worshiping and drug abuse scandals after I declined his advances)” Muhando stated.
Held with a gun pointed to her head
She also claimed that her life is in danger as people behind her misery holding her at gun point on several occasions trying to force her into accepting things she did not want to mention on air.
“Kwani mara ngapi nimechukuliwa nikapelekwa milimani, nikapelekwa msituni nikawekewa bastola kichwani nikubaliane na kile ambacho sitaweza kulisema lakini nilikataa nikasema niko radi kufa lakini hata kwa dakika moja siwezi kubaliana na utumwa ambao walitaka kunitumikisha nao, siwezi!” she said emotionally. (I have been taken to forests and mountain peaks on several occasions with a gun pointed to my head and told to accept things I don’t agree with and which I do not want to talk about on radio).” She stated.
Muhando who ruled the airwaves in early 2000s saw her career plummeted to the bottom with allegations of drug abuse, depression and devil worshipping surfacing.
Kenyans, among them President Uhuru Kenyatta, controversial Pastor James Ng’ang’a,, gospel singer Anastacia Mukabwa and businesswoman Esther Muchemi came to her rescue.
She has steadily rising with three hit songs released in a span of two months.
Her latest hit song Kenya Ulindwe that is currently ruling the airwaves is dedicated to several Kenyans who came to her rescue in her hour of need.
Below is her interview, courtesy of Radio Citizen.
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