‘Pigwa Shoka’ singers apologize to Kenyans following outrage over their controversial song that targets IVY (VIDEO)

Monday, May 06, 2019 - Following social media outrage and arrest threat from KFCB boss Ezekiel Mutua, the makers of the controversial ‘Pigwa Shoka’ song have apologized to Kenyans.

The song’s video shows youths in ‘blood-stained’ clothes carrying axes while indirectly urging men to kill women who turn down their advances.

In the apology shared on YouTube, the singers dubbed Sheddy Empire said:

“We are here to apologize to the family of Ivy because of our song ‘Pigwa Shoka’. If in any way tuliwakosea mahali, we never meant to hurt anyone.”

Adding that they just did the song “out of fun and creativity”

This comes just weeks after a jilted man hacked a University student, Ivy Wangechi, for turning down his advances outside the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital.

Watch the video below.


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