• Bien who has proven to be his 'critic' said what Harmonize did was a good thing to keep Eric Omondi in control.
• Bien added that he would have punched him more if he was at the location when the altercation occurred.
Sauti Sol band member Bien has shown no mercy to comedian Eric Omondi who claims to have been clobbered by Tanzanian singer Harmonize.
Eric took to his social media to share a short video of himself at Kileleshwa Police station, claiming that he had just been clobbered by Harmonize.
"I came to bail out my brother and he punched me in the face," Eric Omondi captioned in the video where fresh wounds could be seen on his lips and chin.
Reacting to the news, Bien who has proven to be his 'critic' said what Harmonize did was a good thing to keep Eric Omondi in control.
Bien added that he would have punched him more if he was at the location when the altercation occurred.
"Wewe kwani kila mtu anataka kukuchapa. You’re hella annoying. I wish angekupiga zaidi. Na ningekua hapo ningekuongezea. (Does everyone want to beat you? I wish he would have hit you more. If I was there I would have punched you too.)," Bien wrote on the comment section.
A heated altercation occurred between Eric Omondi and Harmonize at the Kileleshwa Police station on Sunday afternoon.
Harmonize, who has been working closely with Eric to make his Kenyan tour a success was arrested for failing to honour deals he had signed with various clubs.
According to Eric, Harmonize had signed contracts and received cash to perform in 4 clubs that are located in Nairobi and Mombasa.
Out of the four clubs, the Kwangwaru hitmaker only showed up at the Captains lounge on Friday, and gave a performance that was below expectations.
At the club, Eric and Harmonize were forced to flee from irate revelers who wanted to beat them up.
The club's management said the agreement required Harmonize to perform for at least 1 hour 30 minutes and interact with fans at the VVIP section. He did not honor this.