Dancehall star KRG The Don has reacted to controversial gospel singer Ringtone Apoko’s move to the secular industry.
In an interview with Nicholas Kioko, the singer welcomed Ringtone to the secular world, noting that he was not surprised by the move.
Gospel artistes are pretenders
KRG The Don noted that most gospel artistes lack morals and hide behind gospel music to protect their brand.
“Let him come this other side we dance. I normally say these people are pretending to be gospel artistes, most of them are indisciplined and lack morals,” he said.
He added that he was looking forward to seeing other gospel artistes making similar move.
“Let then leave the gospel industry and come to this other side. I know before the end of this year we will see more gospel artises joining the secular industry,” KRG The Don said.
Guardian Angel reacts to Ringtone’s switch
Reacting to Ringtone’s exit from the gospel industry, Guardian Angel said he was not sure of Ringtone’s decision since he is fond of joking around.
However, Guardian Angel who was flanked by his wife, Esther Musila, noted that the musician’s decision did not mean well to the gospel industry.
“I didn't receive the news well because as much as we say things from different dimensions and for different reasons, sisi wote tunajua Ringtone anapenda mchezo kidogo,” the singer stated.
He said he is waiting to see Ringtone’s next move so that he understands the direction that he is taking.
“But I don't think I would take it well if for instance another one of us quits Gospel music. Because let me tell you one thing being a gospel musician you can be hurt by someone in the same ministry but that doesn't mean God has hurt you,” he said.
Ringtone announced his decision to quit the gospel insurance on Monday, July 4.
Without divulging much information, the singer took to his official Instagram account and announced that he had quit the industry.
Ringtone later claimed that he has quit gospel because of lustful women.
He said that Kenyan women have a problem because they mostly focused on him instead of Christ.
“I quit gospel music because of women…instead of following the Christ that I preach, they ended up loving me. That is why I am taking a short break so that these women focus on Jesus and leave me alone,” he said.