"Ringtone Apoko quits gospel music", Nairobi Gossip Club wrote.
Yesterday, the controversial musician wrote on his Instagram page that he would retire from singing gospel music but he promised he would give the reasons later on.
Kenyans have received the news in shock as he (Ringtone) has decided to defect from gospel music to secular love songs. He has encouraged his fans to continue supporting him in his new adventure.
He has also called the love-song-artists to warmly welcome him and they should not see him as a competitor or feel threatened by his presence.
"I have decided to start singing love songs. For those artists singing love songs, you should not see me as competitor or feel threatened", Ringtone said.
He has also thanked gospel artists the likes of Mo-Short Baba and Gurdian Angel for their support in his entire gospel life.
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