So, by now we all know about the infamous incident of DKB (Ghana) slapping Zainab (Sierra Leone).
But have you heard what Kenyan celebrities feel about the whole affair?
Shappaman of Camp Mulla is of the view that the whole incident is unacceptable. Especially from someone who is a celebrity and should know better. "It's regrettable that it happened in this day and age!"
Jimmy Gait strongly condemned DKB's actions and said that irrespective of how badly Zainab had provoked him, he should have known better. Drawing from his reputation of being a gentleman has even generously offered to teach the Ghanaian how to be a gentleman the Kenyan way!
The kicker however was the fact that Anto Neosoul and rabbit who were editing there video "Prodigal Son". Anto asserts that a man should never hit a woman period! He let on that he felt like DKB didn't understand the concept of the game or he would have seen that Zainab was playing it.
"He let down Ghana, not even Africa because he doesn't represent the rest of Africa!"
At this juncture, Rabbit (the amazing lyricist that gave us "Tembea") gave a different view that threw a spanner in the works: "What if it's all just for ratings?"
Chew on that food for thought before i dish out some even more provocative line of thought.
According to rabbit, this was an unfortunate reaction but it's all just for ratings so we should move on. At this point Anto hit him in jest and the two went into it with each giving a compel argument to support their school of thought. Anto felt that it was a savage act that is indefensible and Rabbit -and i quote- "Shuttup!". Rabbit countered by saying that everyone watching saw the incident from a mile away yet Biggie did nothing. Why was that?
All in all, i was glad to note that Kenyan celebs espouse veiws of gender equality and respect for the fairer sex in general. Views that you only get from Ghafla!