Nicah the Queen drops hit song with Luo Benga ace Emma Jalamo after clout-chasing theatrics

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 30 Jan, 2023 15:43 | 2 mins read
A photo collage of gospel singer Nicah the Queen and Luo musician Emma Jalamo. PHOTO/Facebook
A photo collage of gospel singer Nicah the Queen and Luo musician Emma Jalamo. PHOTO/Facebook

Gospel singer Nicah The Queen has released a new song with Luo musician Emma Jalamo after their recent clout-chasing theatrics.

The song dubbed ‘Harusi Yetu’ comes after Nicah 'clout-chasingly' took legal action against Jalamo for stalking her which now clearly shows that the two were taking their fans for a ride before releasing the new music.

In her 'clout-chasing' moves, the ‘Na Wewe’ singer had also accused Jalamo of attempting to sabotage her relationship with Dj Slahver alleging that the Ohangla singer had been making romantic advances while offering money and gifts. The move, she says, had put her in bad books with her lover.

I know this will look bad on me but I don’t want to lose my relationship @emmajalamo please please I’m in a serious relationship and you are causing me problems with my man! You started with calls at weird hours of the night now it has escalated to you posting me on Facebook,” she posted on her social media page.


The other day you sent me 200k on my M-PESA causing my man to think we have something going on! I reimbursed the cash and if that was not enough you saw my posts on Instagram and followed me to Mombasa offering me tickets to Malaysia and a blank cheque!

Gospel singer Nicah The Queen. 
Gospel singer Nicah The Queen.

On his Facebook page, Jalamo had shared Nicah's pictures gushing about the singer’s beauty.

@emmajalamo you have 7 days to do the needful or we meet in court! Your actions have caused me a lot! #jesusgirl.”

A document whose content mirrored a demand letter purportedly from her lawyer required Jalamo to publish an apology on his Facebook page within seven days.

The purpose of this letter is therefore to demand from you the immediate admission of liability, a prominent retraction, and an apology to our client for the injury and harm occasioned to her and her family as a consequence of the said publication. We demand that the retraction and apology be published on your Facebook page within seven (7) days from the date of this letter,” the demand letter read.

And BOOM... here is the hit song!