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Sailors Gang’s Miracle Baby calls Out Ethic over their controversial song


Sailors gang’s Miracle Baby has joined the list of artists who have called out Ethic crew over their controversial song ‘Soko’

In a post shared on Instagram Peter Miracle Baby said that Ethic was wrong for glorifying rape in their song.

“Siwezi kimya mumechoma alt=”?” draggable=false role=img class=emoji v:shapes=”_x0000_i1025″> Rape haifai ku glorifiwa. Shame on you!” he said

His statement comes days after the group issued an apology over their song.

“We owe an apology to our fans who have been nothing but supportive throughout our journey. It has come to our attention that our recently released Soko video has unintentionally promoted Paedophilia culture. We are therefore sending out sincere apologies to all our fans and viewers at large. As a result, we have made sure the video has been taken down, it’s inaccessible and we shall not further upload it,” read the statement

Moral Cop Ezekiel Mutua also issued a statement saying that the group will have to face legal actions over the content of the song

Mutua asked the controversial group to present itself to the authorities or at the KFCB offices accompanied by their lawyers.

“So Ethic Entertainment issued this statement late last night ostensibly apologizing for their despicable song “Soko” which obviously promoted pedophilia culture. This was after KFCB pushed Google to take down the unpalatable song on the grounds that it promoted defilement of children.

Now listen guys, an apology won’t just wash. You will have to face the full force of the law as provided for in the Films and Stage Plays Act Cap 222 of the laws of Kenya:

  1. Delete the offensive material – all versions of the uploads you had done.
  2. Present yourself to the KFCB offices or to the nearest police station while observing the COVID-19 safety guidelines. You can be accompanied by your lawyers.
  3. Pay a fine of Ksh100,000 or face a five year jail term. This applies to the singers, producers and distributors of the banned song jointly and severally.

In fact, regarding No.3 above, since you are repeat offenders, you should have faced both, but considering the COVID-19 situation, we would prefer to sort the matter under ADR as long as you commit to desist from creating such obnoxious stuff,” said Ezekiel Mutua.