“These Millennial gospel artistes want women and fame” Radio personality blasts Bahati

Capital FM radio producer, Joe Muchiri, has called out the likes of Bahati and the young gospel artistes for pretending to be spirirtual, yet all they want is money and fame.


Joe Muchiri who has always criticized the hypocrisy portrayed by these artists feels that it is time to cut the crap and face reality.

He left a comment under Bien’s long post which was directed to Bahati. In the comment Joe Muchiri openly expressed his feelings saying that he has always told people that Willy Paul, Bahati and Ringtone are simply not gospel artistes but hustlers looking for money in a different way.

Millennial gospel artistes want to be stars & still pretend to be team Jesus. They want the women, fame & money + the Holy Spirit..can't work...Nilisema kitambo Willy Paul, Ringtone & Bahati are not gospel musicians nika ambiwa I shut up now U have seen what businessmen they are...more drama than regular musicians Smh.

His statement is not different from what many in the entertainment industry are saying. Bien yesterday, 30 November went ham on Bahati after he asked him to stop making music targeting awards. The singer went further to urge Bahati to find a new song writer who is capable of drafting songs that will inspire people instead of making noise for people.


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