Franco Wasubu is among the leading vernacular (Kikuyu) musician in the country. His musics that brought him to limelight includes Hadija, Wendo wa OCS, Arata Thegethege among many other songs. He had been so quiet of late and most of his fans were thinking maybe he had stopped singing and had ventured in other things.As most musicians do while they see maybe the competition is to high or maybe their songs are not doing that well in the market. They try other things mostly businesses.
It is only last week when he released his new track Ndia Ngurie (Eat me I eat you). To most people the song seems not to be going according to some Agikuyu cultural teachings by using some words that are vulgar. He seems to encourage men that nowadays love doesn't exist and whenever you do some favours to the ladies like buying them drinks, meats and other things like giving them money, you should also ask for some favours of making love.
Even though some are not liking this hit song it has also got some love from most of fans mostly the youthful generation. Most people are into the idea of it as that's how this generation is.
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