Embarambamba a gospel singer from Kisii has been hitting headlines following his weird style of dancing. The budding start has attracted mixed reactions both in favour and against as some perceive his dance style to be entertaining while others seems to be dangerous.
Moral cop Dr Ezekiel Mutua has also joined the debate where he said that the singer's dance style is dangerous to his fans as well as himself. Dr Mutua said that someone should stop him least he will hurt himself.
"I have a feeling that Embarambamba is a danger to himself and that his fans could be cheering him to self destruction. Is this style sustainable? Is it even sane? Unless he's super human, this guy will hurt himself. Someone please stop him." Posted the moral cop.
Embarambamba is known for his dance style where he jumps on trees, putting himself in mud and other acrobatic moves that has made him famous among kenyans.
The criticism of Dr Mutua has however attracted mixed reactions among Kenyans who are saying that instead of criticising him he should be on the lead to support this budding talent. Below are some of the reactions;
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