Eric Omondi claims Ringtone’s house has been auctioned, offers to accommodate him

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 19 Oct, 2021 15:42 | < 1 min read
Comedian Eric Omondi. PHOTO/Courtesy

The beef between comedian Eric Omondi and gospel artist Ringtone Apoko seems to be far from over.

Days after Ringtone bashed Omondi for purportedly having bad manners, the President of Africa comedy has come out to give a response concerning the accusations.

Ringtone claimed that Eric was ill-mannered was only good at exposing his nudes and " using women as tools for sex" hence would not wish to be associated with him.

"Eric Omondi is one person I don't like his behaviors. He is only good at oppressing women and using them for sex. I don't want anything to do with him, he is insane. There is a day he posted on social media while naked," Ringtone told reporters in a previous interview.

Responding to Ringtone's sentiment, Omondi noted that he will not dwell on the singer's perception of him. He, however, sought to offer accommodation to the singer after he was allegedly thrown out of his Runda home.

Omondi claimed that Ringtone is broke and has nowhere to stay after his home was auctioned. He alleged that Ringtone is currently on the streets and he is living with his friends in Jogoo Road.

"We should be talking about how we can raise money for Ringtone so that he can buy a house," Omondi told a reporter.

"You can call me, you have my number. We know the truth about you being locked out of your home, right now you are on the streets living with your friends Jogoo Road. You can come I give you one room you live in for free for three months as you look for a job," he added.

Omondi said he was ready to offer Ringtone free food, free accommodation, and free WiFi.