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He is not poor! Gospel singer Mbuvi flaunts cash and spurs mixed reactions online

March 27, 2019 at 07:03
He is not poor! Gospel singer Mbuvi flaunts cash and spurs mixed reactions online

´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 go


Niko na Deni ya Mshwari,, nitumie tenga sita


@mbuvi naona ulipitia Barclays ya queen´s way???


Hizo zinaweza lipa deni zetu za ch´a´ina … ? Ama mkate?


Husisahau kulipa deni yangu


What will benefit a man to gain the whole world and loose his soul


@mbuvi niko java nimewacha bill yako


Si unipee hizo pesa unacheza nazo ?


Amen ?



#deadpresidents ?


Background checks

However, soon after, Mbuvi posted this image which seems connected to the previous one, and Mbuvi captioned it ´Wordd!!!´

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A post shared by #DISCOMBOBULATE (@mbuvi) on

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?


All is vanity.. Zitaisha tu!


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?





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