Gospel singer Kush Tracey forced to defend herself over photos on Tinder

The Switch TV presenter speaks out

Gospel singer Kush Tracey

Gospel singer Kush Tracey has distanced herself from a Tinder Profile that has been using her photos to look for men on the famous dating site.

In a post seen by Pulselive.co.ke, the singer cum Switch TV presenter pointed out that she has never been on the website, and a lady identified as Maggie is impersonating her. She also warned that those on Tinder should be confident enough to use their own photos.

“I AM NOT/NEVER BEEN ON TINDER, this just came to my attention(via a friend)and apparently this "maggie" person is using my pictures as her own to look for friends with benefits nkt I do not look for love/fwb or whatever online asiii and if you are on tinder and ever happen to meet "me" there just report it's a FAKE account, aye HAVE CONFIDENCE IN YOURSELF AND USE YOUR OWN PICTURES TO LOOK FOR WHATEVER YOU ARE LOOKING FOR MUWACHE KUTUTAFUTISHA VITU HATUTAFUTI,” wrote Kush Tracey.

Huwezi ni Dandia

The impersonation comes months after she ditched the secular world to join the gospel industry.

The songstress switched sides after four years in the game. She became famous back in 2015 after doing a remix of “Huwezi ni Dandia” originally done by Kristoff.

Making the transition, Kush said that she fought with her inner spirit while doing Secular music and decided that the year 2019 is all about singing praises and worship songs.

Kush Tracey to Gospel music

“It has been a longtime coming,I always fought with my inner spirit every time I was doing secular music, but as I always say #Godaboveall I have given my life to Christ today and ready to embark on the journey to fulfill my divine destiny,my anointing,my praise,my worship will never be paralyzed by the devil again,well y'all know the fear of God is the beginning of all wisdom to God be the glory AMEN,” shared Kush Tracey.


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