Peter Miracle Baby of the now-dissolved Sailors Gang has revealed that he tried to collaborate with Diamond Platnumz and Harmonize, but both artists declined.
In an interview with Mungai Eve, Miracle Baby said that he reached out to Diamond Platnumz about a collaboration, but the Tanzanian star refused because he wanted too much money. Miracle Baby also said that he tried to get in touch with Harmonize, but he was unable to find his contact information.
Mwalimu Rachel, who was previously the manager of Sailors Gang, has said that managing the group was one of her biggest regrets.
In an interview with SPM Buzz, Rachel said that she was “locked up by the police” because of her association with Sailors. She also said that she and her son received online death threats from Sailors fans.
The group has since gone their separate ways, and Miracle Baby and Rachel both say that they have no regrets about their decision to leave.
Miracle Baby said that he is now focused on his solo career, and Rachel said that she is “moving on” with her life.
The fallout between Sailors Gang and their manager was a difficult time for everyone involved. However, it seems that both Miracle Baby and Rachel are now looking to the future and are determined to move on with their lives.
Here are some additional details about the Sailors Gang fallout:
- In 2019, Sailors Gang’s YouTube channel was blocked. This led to accusations that Mwalimu Rachel had blocked access to the channel.
- Sailors Gang fans were angry about the channel being blocked, and they started sending death threats to Rachel and her son.
- Rachel eventually resigned as Sailors Gang’s manager.
- The group has since gone their separate ways.
The Sailors Gang fallout was a sad and unfortunate event. However, it is important to remember that everyone involved is human, and everyone makes mistakes. It is also important to remember that everyone deserves a second chance.