Embarambamba whose real name is Christopher Nyangwara is working tirelessly to cut a niche for himself in the music entertainment industry.
Lately, Embarambamba has become a social media sensation with his unique style. He holds and climbs on anything including trees, tents and cows while dancing.
It is for this and many other reasons that NTV Kenya hosted him on The Trend Show on Friday the 16th of April 2021. His outfit was outstanding and captured the eyes of many. See below.
However, he defended his way of singing saying that he does it because of poverty and for fame. He also requested His Excellency President Uhuru Kenyatta and Deputy President Samoei Ruto to aid him as he spread the gospel. From them, he requested a Car to transport instruments.
However, as usual Netizens took to social media and especially twitter and had the following to say.
So whether the president and his Deputy assists him after his request, only time will tell.
What do you think? Can you justify what he does and how he does it?
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