Former Genge star Circuite famed for the racy tune, Manyake, has called out Bensoul for his equally salacioushit song, Nairobi.
Circuite, who has now turned a new leaf and is no longer preaching debauchery but the pure and cleansing word of the Lord Jesus Christ. He decided to give his take on the Nairobi song.
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He took to his Facebook page and wrote,
“This Nairobi song… the video and the melody is too deadly unfortunately the message of the song is raw sodom and Gomorrah!”
“There’s a difference between expressing the truth and encouraging an evil truth. The song is literally encouraging that its okay to sleep around and share partners and offering no solution. Mejja in his part even goes further encourages pipo to sleep around with no protection.”
Watch the hotly debated song in the link below.
Bensoul responded to Circuite in an interview he did with Kalondu Musyimi on Mpasho Live.
He said, “Well maybe alibadilika?”
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Ben Soul defended his song saying,
“Ukweli lazima usemwe. He has the right to have an opinion but I won’t stop the truth from being said.”
Ben soul is not a lost cause though, he has some soul and inspiration in his, he has written hit song for gospel stars like Size 8 and he is the songwriter behind the singe Elshadai by Hart the Band.
“Ni mungu tuu ametupee inspiration,” Bensould narrated, “When I wrote the song, Elshadai, I had just recovered from TB. The song is about what I was going through. We were at a tough point in our lives, we were financially unstable.”
Advise his fans,
“Tafadhali weka protection mpangoni, practice safe sex. If you find someone you love, thank God because kuna wengi hapa inje hawana hiyo. protect your energy and your heart.”
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Watch the entire Mpasho Live interview below.