After nearly two years of hosting the Friday night reggae show on Switch TV known as "VybzYaard", Kush Tracey has called it quits. Taking her decision to Facebook, Kush has explained to her followers that she has quit the show due to spiritual reasons, so she can pursue herGod calling purpose. "THANK YOU JESUS It has been a good 1yr 5 months hosting the Friday night reggae show #VybzYaard on Switch TV Kenya. I'm grateful for the opportunity & the season, but the time has come to embrace my next season & to step out & continue to pursue my God calling & God purpose in faith. Everything in accordance to God's time & will because He is truly intentional. Thank you all for the love & support," she posted.
Kush will still continue to host the Chat spot show which airs on Switch TV every Monday to Friday. "I'll still be hosting on #chatspot as my God purpose there has just began to unveil. I'm excited about the future that God has for me & I'm looking forward to sharing with you all," she added.
People have gone ahead to applaud Kush for her very bold decision of letting go the Reggae show and deciding to follow a more godly path. "You don't know what you have done Kush! I'm so glad you made this decision for light n darkness cannot exist simultaneously," Norah Muthusi applauded. "Glory to God Kush. It's well.... whatever step you make so that yuh can devote yourself to God..it's not in vain..there will always be a payback..be still en wait for the Lord..I believe in promotion en promotion," Princess Sonnie commented.
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