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Didi Man on Kelele Takatifu split and going broke

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Many gospel fans hearts broke when hit duo Kelele Takatifu split last year without any reasonable explanation.

Moji Short baba and Didi man both went their ways but the two have since made a huge come back on the industry with both releasing hit songs.

Didi man while on an interview on Ghetto Radio’s Kenyan Tuesday said that the duo chose to go their different ways because of different interests and projects.

He expressed that him working on a project a children’s home and Moji doing his MC duties made it difficult to work on their projects as a duo hence the split.

On new projects Didi said he would love to see a ministry of Sex and happiness in Kenya to ensure these social matters are also addressed.

The ‘saluti’ hit maker said he respects fellow gospel artists like Mercy Masika, Eunice Njeri, Bahati, Willy Paul and Bahati however he said as much as Nyashinski has done some good gospel number it should not be forgotten that he is not a gospel artist.

Didi man further clarifies that he has not gone broke as many claim on the social platforms and reveals that he is in fact working on bigger and better bprojects.

“As much as the rumor goes I am not broke, in fact I am working on big projects, I am currently working with a children’s home called Orbit Village project to help nurture the kid’s talent and growth, aside from that I will be releasing a new song in about a week’s time.” H e said

He also shared that he will be launching his foundation soon but cannot reveal the details until the launch is done.

“I will be having a concert in about two weeks to work with youth in my area in mentoring them in football and music and on the same day launch the Didi man foundation.”

The singer expressed how he wished Kenyans would invest in their music and artists like Tanzanians to grow the industry.

The singer is currently riding high on his ‘Saluti’ and ‘Puliza’ hit songs.



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