Dramatic Kisii Singer Embarambamba has revealed live on TV how he got the mark on his face while riding.
According to the controversial singer warming the hearts of Kenyans through his magical dance moves,he got the mark on his face after hitting a pregnant dog while riding a motorcycle and fell down.
Embarambamba has been the talk of the town in the Kenyan music industry of late through his dance styles as he entertains fans who gladly love him.
Majority of people have been congratulating him for his uniqueness in the gospel industry terming him as a talented artist who should be embraced and supported abundantly.
Others have went to an extent of critisizing his moves saying that he can't maintain the energy since his dances leaves him helpless and tired.
However, despite all these opinions Embarambamba has maintained his stature by continuing with his moves as he is the only one who knows his target through the hard work he puts on his works.
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