KFCB Boss Ezekiel Mutua has delved into the plight of Kisii Gospel singer Christopher Musioma aka Chris Embarambamba whose theatrics continue to make headlines after he (Embarambamba) shared his moving story on NTV and appealed for help.
During the interview on NTV, Embarambamba divulged that he ventured into music and the theatrics to enable him get money to get through life.
During yesterday’s interview, the singer shared how he nearly lost his life after falling inside a pit latrine during one of his skits that many have opined expose him to risk.
“Kuna siku nilianguka kwa shimo la choo nikitumbuiza watu. Choo ya shule ilikuwa imeanguka na nyasi imemea juu yake, nilifikiri ulikuwa uwanja.” Said Emrambamba.
“If I’m able to travel countrywide and uplift other upcoming artists, it will be easy for people to say that the government has supported upcoming artists and their talents.
“”Someone with such power should have contributed a donation to support my talent. You can’t say I’m performing theatrics because I’m only doing this because of poverty, and to spread God’s word,” said Embarambamba.” Added the controversial singer.
The moral cop reached out after the interview promising to help the singer and reiterating that he does not have to engage in the theatrics that endanger his life for likes on social media.
“Embarambamba on the Trend on NTV, says his theatrics are because of poverty. He’s asking for help. Bro come, let’s talk. You don’t have to do this madness for likes on social media. Come let’s find a way out. You sound ok, but ur theatrics are embarrassing & must be moderated!,” read Mutua’s post.
In the past few months, Embarambamba has been making headlines with his videos; dancing, rolling in mad and climbing trees among other stunts.
Nguzo Africa, a community development agency launched a petition to have Embarambamba stopped from doing his stunts terming them dangerous.