Ethic Entertainment group has hinted to KFCB boss Ezekiel Mutua after they felt unfair treatment whenever they release explicit music. Their complaint comes after Gengetone artiste Benzema, released a song titled Ngwatiology that the group found much worse as compared to the music they put out in terms of the lyrics and videos.
Expressing their concern on Twitter, the group felt that most of the content in their song is constantly considered obscene yet other Gengetone artists are usually allowed to get away with their content, for instance, Benzema among others.
With reference to Benzema’s Ngwatiology, the group said if it were them who released the song, Ezekiel Mutua would have already ordered for their arrest and removal of their song from music platforms like YouTube.
If it were Ethic that released the Ngwatiology song, we would have been taken to Kamiti,” the tweet read
Kama ni Ethic ndio ingekuwa imetoa Hiyo ngoma ya “Ngwatiology” tungekuwa tushakimbizwa Kamiti.
— ETHIC (@ethicofficial) June 10, 2020
After sharing their sentiments on Ngwatiology, the group triggered mixed reactions from netizens. Some Kenyans on Twitter were in support of the matter while others trash-talked Gengetone at large. However, a few critiques advised the group to focus on their album set for release on the 13th of this month.
CK-Sasa mnataka Kulia ?antony kangethe –Everything about Gengetone ni trash,meffi tuDON-Nyinyi mkiacha kuimba bangi na tabia mbaya career inaishaTellaman– Kwanza Ezekiel Mutua nikama huwa ako his Own Agenda Towards The Ethic Crew…. Anyway, leteni Album vile inafaa.