Stivo Simple Boy Releases Song Criticizing Fake Preachers

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Budding musician Stivo Simple Boy has released a new song titled “Makasisi” that criticizes fake preachers in Kenya. The song comes weeks after the deaths of pastor Paul Mackenzie and Shakahola, two people who were allegedly killed by their pastors.

The song starts with the sound of the Shakahola woman who was rescued by the police while hiding and fasting. Her audio crying “Yesu, waangalie watu wako wananiua Baba, wananiua”, has now gone viral with Kenyans using it to elaborate different funny and serious situations they’re going through.

Simple Boy’s new tune comes across as intercessory as he asks God to forgive Kenyans for believing in false prophets. He calls out fake pastors for “dirtying” the gospel and taking advantage of the gospel by enriching themselves at the expense of the congregants.

The song has been well-received by Kenyans, with many people praising Simple Boy for speaking out against fake preachers. The song has also been shared widely on social media, with many people using it to express their frustration with the state of religion in Kenya.

Here are some of the comments from Kenyans on social media:

  • “This song is a breath of fresh air. Finally, someone is speaking out against the fake pastors who are ruining our country.”
  • “Simple Boy is a real one. He’s not afraid to speak his mind, even if it means going against the grain.”
  • “This song is so powerful. It’s a wake-up call for Kenyans to stop being fooled by fake preachers.”

Stivo Simple Boy’s song “Makasisi” is a powerful indictment of fake preachers in Kenya. The song is sure to spark a much-needed conversation about the state of religion in Kenya.

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