Kisii gospel artist Embarambamba has been making headlines recently due to his extreme antics in his music videos. The musician has been captured rolling in the mud, climbing trees, running at top speed, and even jumping on top of cows.
Embarambamba was interviewed on NTV's The Trend today where he had a lot to say about his music career. He said that his theatrics are because of poverty.
However, some netizens found his videos disturbing and extreme. Some went as far as suggesting that Embarambamba needed professional help.
Kenya Films And Classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua tok to his Twitter handle to comment on Embarambamba's antics after the interview. Ezekiel said that in as much as Embarambamba is being pushed by poverty, his theatrics need to be moderated. He dubbed them embarrassing and unnecessary.
"Embarambamba on the Trend on NTV says that his theatrics are because of poverty. He's asking for help. Bro come, let's talk. You don't have to do this madness for likes on social media. Come let's find a way out. you sound ok, but ur theatrics are embarrassing & must be moderated!"
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