Controversial Kamba gospel singer Stephen Kasolo has found himself in a heated criticism by fans, again.
This is after it emerged that Mombasa-based gospel artist Anastacia Mukabwa is against Kasolo's latest collabo with Tanzanian songbird Rose Muhando.
Commending on a post by Kambaland, a popular Kamba Facebook page, a section of users accused Kasolo of using Muhando's misfortune's to be more famous.
"ANASTACIA MUKABWA is said to be against the collabo between Rose Muhando and Stephen Kasolo after the two released a song recently. This is how Kasolo responded, "If there is a problem with me singing with Rose Muhando, I am sorry but she should know that Rose is a grown-up person to make her decisions." It is not clear why Mukabwa wants Rose to quit the collabo," posted Kambaland.
Some of the Facebook users even asked the 'Kitole' hitmaker to allow Muhando enough time to recover.
Here are some of their reactions;
Radio Citizen's Mambo Mseto show host Willy Tuva through his official Facebook page also said that several religious leaders who helped the Tanzanian singer get treatment were against her 'Msinifuatefute' song with Kasolo and the idea of coming in Kenya secretly to work with him.
"Inasemekana viongozi wa dini waliosimamia matibabu ya Rose Muhando hawakupendeza na hata yake ya kurudi nchini kimyakimya kurekodi video na Stephen Kasolo. (Reports indicate that religious leaders who took Rose Muhando to the hospital are bitter about the idea of her coming in the country secretly to shoot a video with Stephen Kasolo," reads part of Tuva's post.