Embarambamba a Kisii based gospel musician is the talk of town right now from his wired dance moves he makes in his videos.
Many people claim he is mad while others praise him for this entertaining videos.Recently Ezekiel Mutua condemned him for this and many Kenyans came to his rescue while others supported him.
Speaking on Hey Amina Ntv yesterday Embarambamba narrated his story saying it has not been easy because he one had to quit music and become a bodaboda rider to make ends meet.
He said he is not mad nor a witch as people claim but he is just a mud man trying to overcome poverty.He further added that he dropped out of school after the death of his parent and has five children to take care of.
He one day fell into a pit latrine while performing in a school. He was running up and down only to find himself inside a pit latrine that was covered with grass on top.
His wife has been supportive and she is the one who washes his muddy clothes after work.
We wish him well and we will support him where possible.The sky is the only lower limit for him.
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