Last week socialite Brigit Achieng made grievous allegations on top gospel artiste ringtone accusing him of assaulting her during her struggling days. This allegations forced ringtone to comment on the matter claiming that the Socialite was on a mission to defame him seek cheap publicity.
This allegations seems to have fallen on the ears of the police forcing them to act swiftly. It is alleged that the police have taken up the matter after orders were issued to arrest the popular artiste who has been using his social media to call out other gospel artists.
In photos shared online today, police are seen arresting the gospel artiste and Kenyans could not hold their thoughts on what could have transpired. Although artists are known to seek cheap publicity, this images have raised questions online on their credibility. Ringtone and Brigit are yet to issue an official statement on the same.
Below are some photos of the early morning incidence:
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