Moses Kuria and Donald Kipkorir Trade Blows over King Kaka’s Song

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria and City lawyer Donald Kipkorir on Tuesday evening traded blows on Twitter over artiste King Kaka’s song.

Trouble started when Kipkorir sent out a tweet where he alluded to throwing his weight behind Kirinyaga Governor Ann Waiguru who is perceived to be adversely mentioned in the song.

In the tweet, lawyer Kipkorir pointed out that King Kaka was not fit to be a “king” and that his Kaka Empire was just a “kiosk”, remarks that Moses Kuria couldn’t take lying down.

Gatundu South MP Moses Kuria. PHOTO: Courtesy

The controversial MP would dismiss Kipkorir’s statements as demeaning and an insult to the artiste who was making ends meet with his business.

“Don your contempt for ordinary, struggling Kenyans is terminal. Hold a meeting with yourself and search your conscience. It’s not cool to hate on someone’s Kiosk business. At least he is not in the street mugging people. He is running a hustle. Politics aside”- read MP Kuria’s tweet.

The reaction would attract Kipkorir’s attention who replied by stating that Moses Kuria was just appealing to the masses by implying that he is one of them.

“Mheshimiwa, when we allow ourselves to be led by megalomaniacs, we are doomed as a country … We must always speak the truth … I don’t need votes & will not pretend …. I know you as an oil sector Billionaire but bec (sic) you want votes from the poor, you want to behave like them.”- reads Kipkorir’s reply.

The song Wajinga Nyinyi has attracted mixed reactions with a significant section of Kenyan artistes and members of the public siding with King Kaka.

Tuesday, December 17, King Kaka appeared at the DCI headquarters after sensationally claiming he had been summoned by a shadowy officer.

He would be turned away before being advised to record a statement about the details of the alleged summons at Muthaiga police station.

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