More troubles are seemingly brewing for Kenya’s music group Ethic Entertainment.
Just a day after moral cop Dr Ezekiel Mutua spitting venom over their new jam ‘Tarimbo’ which he said was advocating for violence against women, Kenyan socialite-turned-entrepreneur Huddah Monroe has taken the musicians’ woes further after accusing them of vanishing into thin air with her deposit after striking a business deal.
Huddah who took to her Insta Story on Saturday claimed she asked the controversial singers to record a song appreciating women and their beauty.
The Huddah Cosmetics propretor went ahead to point out that she also wanted her business featured in the song.
However, the project didn’t materialize as the group, she claimed, disappeared with her deposit never to update her on the progress.
Huddah, born Alhuda Njoroge, was reacting to Kenya Films and Classification Board (KFCB) boss Ezekiel Mutua’s post disapproving Ethic’s new song titled “Tarimbo”.
Mutua said he had spoken to google to pull down the song from you tube.