Yesterday was Daddy Owen's album launching day. Being a gospel musician, he honoured his fellow gospel ministers by inviting them. They actually respected the invitation and turned up in their numbers.
The programme ran well until the event now came to an end and people had to leave. However before they did, singer Ringtone had something to say. He had a bunch of notes made up of a thousand Kenya shillings. He distributed the money to those who attended the event saying he wanted to promote them with some car fuel.
On that list was the gospel stars Masterpiece and DK Kwenye Beat who also showed interest in the money. However, Ringtone concentrated on other people ignoring them. Maybe it is because he knew they are well off and wanted to assist those who didn't have enough.
Watch the video here:
As we all know, Kenyans will never shun from pointing out such issues. On seeing the video, they have jokingly called out and mocked the two. Check out the reactions below:
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