Tanzanian gospel singer Christina Shusho has issued a warning to her Kenyan counterparts to respect God and stop releasing songs for money and fame.
She was commenting on “Mungu Nipe Nyonyo” a song that has sparked controversy in the last few weeks.
Shusho said gospel artists should stop playing with God’s name by releasing garbage music while adding that they should go to church and read their Bibles to know God’s teachings.
The “Nangoja” singer went on to say that we must respect the Lord’s word and that gospel has no generation, whether one is young or old.
Here’s her post.
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