Majority of Kenyans have taken to social media platforms to condemn a popular Kenyan gospel artist for filming himself traumatizing his young daughter.
In the shared video on twitter, the artist keeps on repeating the word nitakunyaonga to the young kid. The kid is scared to a point that she tells his father ''nataka mama''.
''Si unyamaze, kabla nikunyonge,'' Stephen Kasolo says to his daughter. And even after the kid tells him sorry Kasolo keeps on tapping her forehead with his fingers while issuing her with endless threats.
'' Usicheze na Kasolo sawa, naweza nikakunyonga. Next time ukifanya hivo nitakunyonga. Sema nitakunyonga,'' Kasolo repeatedly tells his daughter in the video.
Blogger Robert Alai has taken to his twitter account and confronted Kasolo with a caption above the video.
''Not everyone can be a parent. This is some popular gospel artist called Stephen Kasolo. Sad that he takes a child through such trauma. Then films himself doing that. There are things you don't joke about. He should be arrested,'' wrote Alai.
Other Kenyans have also confronted the artist, see their comments on the screenshots below:
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