Kenyan musicians are full of controversies. Singer and Rapper Kahush is the new member in the controversial world. His new hairstyle is now the talk of town. There's a new trend which has since gained grounds in Kenya where entertainers dress and have hair done as women. Eric Omondi has been a casual suspect and now Kahush seems to have joined the band. Kahush has what other Kenyans term as a wig on and Kenyans are having none of it.
In a photo that has since been shared online, Kenyans were quick to castigate him for seeking publicity too hard. Most of the people claim that that is the epitome of his downfall of he doesn't focus on music rather than sheer controversies.
@thecyborg: Tushapoteza mwingine.
@mwiuri: Manze hii nayo hapana hata Kama ni kiki.
@Bonnie1; This is the beginning of the end please change or perish. Focus on music bro.
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