DK Kwenye Beat

Gospel singers have been making controversial headlines for of late more than secular artists. DK Kwenye Beat and Hopekid are currently trending for all the wrong reasons.

The two were accused by a 20-year-old student for luring her into a threesome and infecting her with an STI. The story went viral igniting mixed reactions among social media users. This forced the two to apologize and DK Kwenye Beat’s message read:

‘Following the story going around, I would like first and foremost to repent to God Almighty for living a life of sin. Secondly, I would wish to apologize to my girlfriend who has been nothing but supportive to me, especially during this difficult season. I would also wish to apologize to the church fraternity, my family, everyone who consumes my music and anyone who looks up to me Am Sorry.

I am not a perfect man. I am a fallen man but one that God is working on every day. I am a changed man from what I was back then. I am working my salvation with fear and trembling. Sadly this story has come out when I am on my way to complete reformation.

My prayer is that one day my ugly past will amount to an amazing testimony of God’s grace and redeeming power! For now, I am walking with Godly counsel as I seek to become the true man and minister of the gospel that God created me to be.’

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Well, a lady identified as Judy, has come out to defend DK Kwenye Beat and Hopekid.

In a lengthy post, she told off critics, saying no one is a saint and they should stop judging the two.

Halafu Wadau wako pale kwa wall ya @hopekidhk and @dkkwenyebeat attacking them, yet some have date raped people’s daughters,some have procured uncountable abortions,others swallow tablets like groundnuts guys have foursomes after night outs, iv filmed bridal showers and seen potential brides end up with diferent males on the eve of their wedding day, men are out here bringing up children that are not theirs but they think its their own blood, others exchange women every other weekend and likewise for men think you are an honorable sinner? we all are.


Hii kitu haina mtu holy, pastors, bishops, evangelists, presidents, big celebrities, intercessors, worship leaders etc have found themselves in love triangles and sex scandal. and they are not the first, the high and mighty King David killed someone’s husband and took the wife, whom did Abraham sire Ishmael with? we all are sinners,its only the degree that matters,that’s why God came to save the lost.
The only thing that has brought this to the surface is due to their celebrity nature and their position in society. But they are not doing anything that has never been heard of. The girl wasn’t raped too…and we don’t have the male’s part of the story.I choose not to take sides.

John 8:7, “He that is without sin among you, let him first cast a stone at her.”’

She went ahead to advise those who engage in unprotected sex to either abstain or condomize it.

HIV and STI’s are real people if you can’t abstain use protection. When you get an infection seek medical assistance before its late. for the HIV positive there is still life to live afterward.Our God gives second chances.