Ringtone Opoko has managed to be win the attention of netizens with the drama surrounding his famous life as a gospel artist ever since his rivalry with a popular blogger Robert Alai.Robert, whom is accused of hitting the artist with his wooden stick "rungu" after they collided on a road, was supposed to have his hearing today at the Kibera court of appeal for further questioning. Surprisingly, this was not what took place.Alex was left in tears after he arrived only to be informed that the case has been carried forward after the blogger pleaded to wait till on monday, which he believes its his day in court to prove his innocence.Although some fans believe Ringtone is doing the right thing, many are against his actions and advice him to try and act like a good Christian by forgiving and moving forward with his life.But Rington thinks otherwise. Read the screenshots below. Meanwhile allegations continue to spread that the star is using his current situation to look for more audience in his upcoming new song. What are your thoughts? Share, like and follow our page for more updates. Kindly don't forget to read more comments below in relation to this article. Thank you.
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