Kisii gospel singer Chris Musioma, alias Embarambamba has disclosed why he failed to appear on Citizen TV’s entertainment show 10 Over 10.
The singer blamed the organisers of the show noting that they switched off their phones at the last minute despite having traveled all the way from Kisii.
“I was to appear on Friday. When I got there, the organisers could not pick calls. They even switched off their phones when the station’s managers tried to contact them,” explained Embarambamba.
He, however, noted that he will one day appear on the show.
“I’m sorry for not appearing on 10 over 10 yesterday. The one who invited me to the show on Citizen TV switched off his phone but one day I will make it,” he said.
However, after the failed Citizen TV interview, the Kisii gospel artist got the chance to feature on Inooro TV’s Mugithi Night show, where he performed and got interviewed.
This comes a month after Kenya Films and Classification Board (KFCB) boss Ezekiel Mutua raised concerns about musician Chris Embarambamba stunts in his music videos.
Taking to his social media pages, the KFCB boss said the musician is endangering himself and he needs to be stopped.
“Why do I feel like Embarambamba is a danger to himself and that his fans could be cheering him to self-destruction? Is this style sustainable? Is it even sane?” wrote Mutua.
Embarambamba responded to Mutua challenging him to support his talent instead of asking people to stop him from making music.
“I am spreading the gospel even though I am broke. So I am doing my theatrics but praising Jesus. I am also asking the president to support my talent by buying me the camera and also a car to help carry the equipment,” he said.
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