Gospel artist Guardian Angel has found himself in trouble with Kenyans after he asked them to send 50 Kenyan shillings to him so that he can send a short video clip of his new song. Kenyans who did not take this lightly launched attacks towards him.
Photo: Tuko post, Facebook
Most of the Kenyans who responded to Guardian Angel made fan of him whereby they dragged even his personal details into this. Some teased him saying that his idea sounds good but he has no much responsibilities since his children are already grown up and they are making their own monies.
A fan by the name Shilla Clare Madeline said that Guardian Angel is the only man who shall die without going shopping for pampers and paracetamol stock in his house.
Another fan Gift Gift says that the singer is a luck man who got his children when they are already done with schooling. Not like her who are now struggling with school fees and her they are asked to buy video clips. Below are some more reactions from Tuko news.
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