´Kwata Kawaya´ hit maker, Mbuvi publicly showed off couple of Ksh 1,000 notes under the hashtag, PesaZisifanyeNikusahauMungu.
This stunt generated mixed reactions among-st his followers on Instagram, owing to the fact that he is a Gospel artist.
#GodOverMoney is one hashtag that has spurred mixed reactions on social media, where gospel artist, Mbuvi publicly flaunts cash.
What many don´t seem to get is; is he out to brag or out to praise God?
Right from unpaid debts, to having coffee, to recent bank probes and on to Kenya´s underlying debts, not to forget his service to God.
Followers flocked on his Instagram page to remind him of all these and much more:
I don´t get this post. Is it a brag post or a praise post…. I gara gohatcake
Niko na Deni ya Mshwari,, nitumie tenga sitahumphreybilly
@mbuvi naona ulipitia Barclays ya queen´s way???erick_mutuma
Hizo zinaweza lipa deni zetu za ch´a´ina … ? Ama mkate?alicekamande
Husisahau kulipa deni yangunkirote_trhk
What will benefit a man to gain the whole world and loose his soulkitikisam_the_barber
@mbuvi niko java nimewacha bill yakoedwardnyanaro
Si unipee hizo pesa unacheza nazo ?p_ndanumaina
However, soon after, Mbuvi posted this image which seems connected to the previous one, and Mbuvi captioned it ´Wordd!!!´
Mbuvi´s post comes in soon after fellow Gospel artist, Willy Paul flaunted bundles of cash online, which did not augur well with many.
This was in a bid to self-advertise his record label but Kenyans felt he was doing it the wrong way, contrary to Preaching the Gospel.
How does that relate with evangelism?nicholas_amisi
All is vanity.. Zitaisha tu!mike_kahuthu
This is just but a snippet of the kind of feedback the controversial gospel artist received from followers.
Question is: Did Mbuvi back up his show off, with ´Wordd!!!´ that shows Mbuvi is still preaching the Gospel and is aware, it is all vanity without God?