Secular singer Bamboo posted on his social media page that his wife once died and resurrected, however, this statement did not make a fellow gospel artist happy and he decided to blast him live on social media.
In a public post, Bamboo said that his wife was once a witch and she died, but this did not last for long because she resurrected moments afterward. On seeing this Ringtone Apoko, a fellow artist said that fools ended in Kenya and they are looking for better liars, he also added by saying that controversial pastor Kanyari was a little bit clever and Bamboo looks stupid for posting what he thought.
By doing that, Ringtone says that they make Jesus look bad and thus exposing how narrow-minded they are.
Ringtone is known for blasting celebrities who like exposing what he does not like, he even went yo to an extent of promising anyone who could burn Eric Omondi's place of acting Wife material show, an amount not less than one hundred thousand. Now for this case, he feels like Bamboo is lying Kenyans on what transpired between him and his wife.
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