Ringtone Apoko is arguably the most controversial gospel musician in Kenya currently. This is a position that well represented by Bahati and Willy Paul initially. The two are currently loved people in Kenya with them releasing sweet secular songs. As for Ringtone, he has maintained his music genre but always criticizes those who left.
Just this evening, he has shared a video in his Instagram page that was so ironical and controversial. He was driving while talking about his love life on earth and in heaven.
He said that when we get to heaven, nobody should share or try to snatch Esther from him. Of course, he meant that Esther of the Bible in the Old Testament. He said that whenever he tries to get a Delilah (Woman) here on earth, men snatch her from him. In the New Testament, we are told that there will be no marriage nor sex in heaven. Therefore, what he said is Blasphemy!
Watch the video here:
This has taken the internet by storm with most fans buzzing in anger and some making fun out of it. Check out the screenshots below:
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