Guardian Angel reveals little known details about his relationship with DK Kwenye Beat

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Guardian Angel reveals little known details about his relationship with DK Kwenye Beat

Gospel singer Guardian Angel has for the first time revealed unknown details of his relationship with singer DK Kwenye Beat.

In a message he shared on Instagram, Guardian who was wishing DK a happy birthday narrated how the ‘Sarisari’ singer took him from school to go record his first song.

He went on to say that even though he had exams to sit for that evening, but he chose to miss for the love of music.

Guardian Angel added that on the way to the studio, DK Kwenye Beat kept on repeating that he did not want young Guardian Angel to follow the same struggles as him, to make it in the music industry.

According to Guardian, this is how his life changed. He also said that for the kindness DK showed him, he will forever respect him as a mentor and a man of God.

So one day fellow students came to my class and told me someone was calling me outside... I went to check and found this guy, a guy I really looked up to. I had an exam that evening but he asked me if I could leave the school to go to studio i said yes... I missed the paper for an opportunity to record... On the way to studio he kept repeating one thing "I DONT WANT YOU TO GO THROUGH WHAT I WENT THROUGH TO MAKE IT IN THE INDUSTRY." He took me to studio where I recorded my first song, (I SURRENDER) so much has happened in our lives.. But because of the kindness he showed to me,, I RESPECT HIM THE SAME WAY. HE IS A BROTHER.. HE IS A MENTOR. HE IS A MAN OF GOD.. .MY brother @dkkwenyebeat Blessings on your birthday NDUGU. It is possible to forget things you said to one but one cannot forget what you did to them. HAPPY BIRTHDAY BRO..” wrote Guardian Angel.

Featured in New song

Guardian Angel's revelation explains the reason he chose to feature him in his new song, after DK was caught up in a threesome sex scandal with fellow Gospel singer Hopekid and a 20 year-old girl from Nakuru.

He insisted that everyone had their faults and judging DK Kwenye Beat was not good because the scandal brought out the real picture of what goes on in the Gospel music industry.


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