Musicians DK Kwenye Beat and Hope Kid are the talk of town on various platforms following a complaint that surfaced last week from a woman who described how the two lured her into having group sex late last year.
When the story broke, social media was awash with accusations and counteraccusations, forcing the two gospel musicians to come out apologising and begging for forgiveness from their fans.
On Wednesday, 30th January 2019, Kenya’s beloved DK Kwenye Beat and his fellow gospel musician Hope Kid were in the limelight for all the wrong reasons.
If the story was anything to go by, Hopekid invited the lady who hails from Nakuru for a meeting in Nairobi but ended up engaging in a steamy session with her alongside DK Kwenye beat.
Screenshots of a distraught 20-year old claiming to have been sexually exploited by the two artists emerged courtesy of a popular online platform meant for exposing such vices.
Shortly after Federation of Women Lawyers in Kenya (FIDA) asked the Office of the Directorate of Public Prosecution to investigate the duo, a photo of DK in hospital bed emerged.
Titled ‘HIV Among Adolescents, Teens and Young Adults, the video clips released through Ifeoma’s website and YouTube channel was produced in English and several Nigerian and international languages.
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