Controversial gospel musician Ringtone Alex Apoko could be in trouble following claims that he impregnated one of his fans.
According to leaked chats by Nairobi Gossip Club, a lady has claimed that Apoko isn't picking her calls after the musician learnt of the pregnancy.
The curvaceous lady identified as Akuju Mbosso through the chats is now calling for Kenyans to help him reach Apoko.
She was also forced to reveal how they met with Apoko and got to the intimacy level.
She claims that she was desperate for a job which the musician promised her only if they had a 'private session'.
The promise seems not to have been fulfilled as from how things are going.
Photo: Nairobi Gossip Club.
Apoko is yet to respond to the claims and give the lady a way forward.
This is the second time Ringtone is on the spot for such acts.
Ex-socialite Bridget Achieng had on March alleged that Ringtone raped her and went ahead to warn her against revealing it.
However, the lady might just be having a motive of tainting the musician's good name.
Ringtone might have also planned it so that he can attract attention before releasing a new song.
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