Gusii gospel artist Christopher Nyangwara Mosioma alias Embarambamba is on the verge of compromising his promising career after a controversial video went viral.
In the video, Embarambamba has seen performing in a club, he later gets hold of a lady on stage before pinning her down then proceeds to dance on top of her.
The artist was dancing to his ‘Jesus is the final hit.’
The controversial video has spiked reactions among Kenyans with many criticizing him for the gross behaviour and others inquiring about his role as a gospel artist.
Top celebrities have also come out to condemn his misconduct
Kenya Film and Classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua, pointed out the artist remarking that he had crossed the line.
“Embarambamba, that’s gross. You have crossed the line.”
According to CAS in the Ministry of Trade David Osiany, what the musician did was gross misconduct and inexcusable.
Despite the criticism, Embarambamba spoke claiming that the people who are judging him do not comprehend the context of the song.
“Wakenya wamenihukumu, wakenya wamenitusi, mafans wangu wamekasirika wengine wakisema eti mimi sijaokoka. Lakini wakenya wenzangu, hii video, kabla hujacomment, angalia statement yake kwanza (Kenyans have criticised me, they have insulted me and my fans are mad at me, some saying that I am not a Christian. But my fellow Kenyans, before you comment, look at the statement of the song, he said.
He confessed that he was performing at a party in one of the clubs along Thika Road.
He added that the song he was performing was condemning the immorality that people have been indulging in and overlooking their God.
This comes barely a month after he was almost lost his life while shooting a video. Embarambamba who is well known for his daring stunts was almost knocked down by a motorcycle while crossing the road without following the basic protocol.
By Everlyne Bosibori