Following the return of music artist Nancy Namtero Mdee aka Tero Mdee came her gospel song Taa ya miguu yangu.
Nancy shocked many Kenyans when she decided to quit her KTN job and marry prophet Hebron Kisamo.
In a response Capital FM presenter Joey Muchiri took to Instagram to comment on the gospel song and marriage to her husband.
“Man…one Namtero Mdee aka Tero. Niggaz had mad crushes on her when she was on straight up on KTN straight from Tanzania, I used to watch that show on mute then one day she woke up & left us upweke coz of some Pastor (mans not hot). Sasa anamfanya aimbe nini hizi anyway hawa ma pastor na pornographers should be in the same category wakora wadinyaji wakuu majambass halisi. Sasa Tero ali decide kuimba gospel inakaa pastor anampea kigongi mpaka speaking in tongues ika fanyika literally he stole from us a national treasure as U can see from the other pictures nakua pastor niki zeeka kabisa Consolation,” wrote Joe Muchiri.
Almost immediately DJ Kaytrixx jumped to the defense of Tero by rubbishing Joe Muchiri’s ill-mannered comments despite the fact that the Capital FM presenter barely knew Tero at all.
“I don’t agree with this post. It’s not right to say things about someone who you don’t know about. She was looking for something that no one could provide. A woman doesn’t want to keep looking over her shoulder as her partner is out partying with other women. Women want stability and for sure she got it in the “pastor” who is also a man just like you and me (lazima alijitetea and he convinced the lady). Now you can say all you like but the woman is happy (even visibly), the man is taking care of her and it is right in God’s eyes. Question; If she was your wife and she told you she wanted to shoot a gospel video would you agree? If she asked you to leave the women and stay faithful to her would you do it or would you be creepin around?? He he, don’t set a standard you can’t keep, when you point one finger at someone, 4 point back at you cc @yulzke,” DJ Kaytrixx responded to Joe Muchiri.
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