Mary Lincoln, a gospel singer, has released a new song titled Rhi rtuhu, which translates to "blunt machete," following the controversy over her lewd photographs.
She was the buzz of the town two weeks ago after her images were released online and went viral. She is shown in her new song as being bound to a cross with ropes, wearing sackcloth, and representing her moment of "crucifixion" as a result of the controversy.
She bemoans the fact that she has engaged in numerous battles since becoming a gospel performer in the 3.43 minute song.
"I have faced opposition from all four compass points...
Despite the fact that I have been through a lot of fire and am well aware that I have fallen short of God's glory, God has so far been able to maintain me.
She is described as a "blunt machete" in the song and is given the mission of evangelization, which she promises to carry out. With only one week old, the song Rhi Rtuhu was sixth on trending music by Sunday morning with over 357,000 views, 12,000 likes, and more than 2,200 comments.
Ms. Lincoln publicly apologized at the Christian Foundation Fellowship (CFF) church, which is led by Bishop Michael Wanderi, after her nude photos went viral.
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