Kikuyu gospel singer Sammy irungu recently had some rather unfortunate photos and videos of him leaked online. This raised mixed reactions from Kenyans where some were against it as others took it for a ride and we're jocking with it.
In his latest show, Pastor Ben Kiengei has reacted on this condemning the expose and also talked about why Sammy was exposed. According to him, whoever exposed Sammy didn't need to benefit from it but he only wanted to satisfy his or her negative ego of bringing the musician down and killing his dream in music.
He added and said that Kenyans love dirty content and that was the main reason it was trending saying in real sense it had no additional value to the society. He made it clear if the whoever exposed him had good intentions, he would have also shared his latest song and say that is how she wanted to see him progressing.
He concluded that Kenyans have no business in the video since Sammy was not with a child and and he is a also grown up who can do whatever he feels is right. What is your view on this? Watch the full video.
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