Yesternight, Christina Shusho was forced to Explain herself after she was spotted enjoying a drink that Tanzanian bloggers presumed was beer. Many found it amusing while others just wondered how a saved lady could drink alcohol and that too in public.
However, turns out it was just a misunderstanding and it was a soft drink which came in almost the same bottle. She posted a picture of the drink and made her fans knowledgeable that she is not a hypocrite. She explained that she loves them a lot and thanked them for their concern. She added that she was in a church in Congo preaching the gospel and also asked her fans to not miss today's service. Maybe her post came after her concerned fans questioned her.
Click on the line below to watch a video that caused the misunderstanding.
Christina Shusho is a famous, popular, and widely celebrated Gospel artist whose music is favorite to many people. Some of her most popular tracks include ‘Bwana Umenichunguza’, ‘Mtetezi Wangu’, ‘Nampenda’ and ‘Unikumbuke’.
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