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Mejja declares he won't reward abnormality.

By Kenya_News_Hub | self meida writer
Published 29 days ago - 17 views

In an interview, Mejja one of the hottest artists in the Kenyan music scene in recent months was presented with a question on what his take on Shakila was, a socialite who came into the limelight when Covid-19 hit. This is after Shakilla bashed the latest verse by Mejja in the hit song Nairobi. Shakila has been making news for all the wrong reasons one of them being pleasuring herself with a remote in front of a live audience on Instagram. Mejja claims that we as a society have normalized indecency and immorality to an extent that we reward it. As a result, the morally upright are being deprived of opportunities in favor of the immoral. He goes further to applaud the morally upright women out there who respect their bodies and have virtues. What is your take on this? Do you think that we as a society have lost our way and need to find our way back into the light? Don't forget to leave a like and to hit that follow button.

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