King Kaka vs. Pastor Ng’ang’a: Their exchanges on social media following ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ release

By Susan Kogi On Fri, 20 Dec, 2019 13:49 | < 1 min read
In the poetry piece, King Kaka called out society’s corrupt, crooked and selfish leaders and influencers. Ng'ang'a featured prominently. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
In the poetry piece, King Kaka called out society’s corrupt, crooked and selfish leaders and influencers. Ng'ang'a featured prominently. [PHOTO | K24 DIGITAL]
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    In the poetry piece, King Kaka called out society’s corrupt, crooked and selfish leaders and influencers. Ng'ang'a featured prominently.

In his now-popular spoken word composition, Wajinga Nyinyi, King Kaka accused controversial city preacher James Maina Ng’ang’a of shamelessly fooling his flock and taking their money without much pretense.

In the poetry piece, King Kaka called out society’s leaders and influencers, who he accused of being corrupt and selfish.

“Unlike corrupt politicians, who are conniving, Pastor Ng’ang’a lies openly before your eyes,” rapped King Kaka.

And now, Pastor Ng’ang’a has hit back, hurling insults at the rapper.

“I hear there is someone who has said Ng’ang’a is the lesser evil among corrupt people in Kenya. King Kaka, you are the fool here, look for your age mates and people who walk on foot like you [to joke around with],” Pastor Ng’ang’a said during one of his recent sermons captured on tape.

“I am a commander [who is superior to you]. You and I do not belong to the same social class,” said the preacher, going ahead to make crude remarks about King Kaka’s mum.

Pastor Ng’ang’a’s video clip went viral, catching the attention of King Kaka, who said on Twitter that despite being insulted by the preacher, he was glad that the message in Wajinga Nyinyi reached its intended target.

King Kaka, however, would later throw shade at the preacher’s incoherence in speech, saying: “I even wonder how he reads and understand the Bible [yet he is of questionable literacy].”

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