Lavalava Drops New Song Just A Day After Crying & Begging Lulu Diva For Love in Public
Lava Lava and Lulu Diva during the past interview with wasafi Fm on Lavidavi radio programming hosted by Divathebawse
Just a day after Lavalava cried in public while begging his lover Lulu Diva for forgiveness during the Lavidavi radio programme, he has dropped a new song known as Nikomeshe that has over 163k views on youtube.
Now it seems that the whole drama was just a plot to promote his new audio song that he has released it 16 hours ago.
The cover photo of the song has Lulu's Photo clearly showing that she knew her role very well in the entire clout.
Most Bongo music artists usually relly on clouts to boost the performance of their songs on various digital platforms due to the strong influence they have to the public.
It's only in Kenya where artists promote their songs without major scandals involving women.
Do you think clouts are good in the music industry?
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