The Kenya Films and Clarification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua has posed hard questions to 'Tetema and Kwangwaru' hitmaker Diamond Platnumz.
Speaking on Hot 96 with Jeff Koinange in a piece shared on social media on Wednesday, Dr Mutua lauded Diamond's creativity in composing songs.
However, he questioned the line of thinking he takes when composing some of his songs such as 'Tetema'. He roped in Kenya's Sailors famed for 'Wamlabez' hit asking them what their children would think of their content.
"We [are] also telling them soon you will be parents, will you want your children to be singing to their mother 'tetema kama mwenye umepigwa shot'? Will you want them to sing Kwangwaru? Wataka vya mvunguni na huku umesimama? Hebu tuonyeshe, inama inama (You want what is under the bed but not willing to bend? Can you bend)," Dr. Mutua posed as Koinange interjected with another Kwangwaru lyrics 'Eka mate iteleze'.
Mutua recently announced that 'Tetema and Wamlambez' were not suitable outside clubs.
"Tetema and Wamlambez songs are strictly forbidden outside of clubs and bars. It's embarrassing to see even national leaders singing and dancing to the obscenity in public," he said.
However, on Hot 96, he said he did not ban the songs, but wanted to ensure adult content in the songs does not end corrupting children.
He wants artistes to classify their songs basing on the content so that what is meant for adults does not finds its ways to underage children.
Here is the video of the morning show.