Last week gospel singer Kambua trended on social media after being involved in drama during Royal Media’ Services’ Vuka party event on 31st December, 2017 at Afraha stadium.
Apparently, Kambua grabbed the mic from Kuria delaying the New Year’s countdown.
The sassy TV presenter was also accused of hogging the mic and not giving her co-hosts, Jeff Kuria, Enid Moraa and David Oyuke an equal opportunity to speak. Kambua was left embarrassed and humiliated. She then took to social media to apologize to Kenyans and she wrote;
“WELL, WE ARE FINALLY BACK IN NAIROBI. AND YES, I HAVE SEEN AND READ ALL (OR MOST) OF YOUR COMMENTS. WITH ALL THE STONES BEING FLUNG MY WAY, I WILL IN NO WAY TRY TO EXPLAIN ANYTHING. SO ALLOW ME TO SAY THIS SPECIFICALLY TO JEFF KURIA (MY COLLEAGUE AT INOORO), AND HIS FANS AS A WHOLE. FOR ALL THAT MAY/MAY NOT HAVE HAPPENED YESTERDAY, I APOLOGISE. I’D HATE TO START THIS YEAR WITH ANY BAD BLOOD. I VALUE ALL OF YOU, EVEN THE CRITICISM (GOOD AND BAD). HAPPY NEW YEAR. K.”
She later pulled down the apology, raising eyebrows.
Well, Jeff Kuria has finally spoken out for the first time and in an interview with Plive, he stated that he has already moved on and there’s no bad blood between him and Kambua.
“I have moved on to other stories, these guys are my colleagues, we all make mistakes. Pastor Mark Kariuki told us we have to forgive and move on, and I forgave myself and anyone who has wronged me,” said Jeff Kuria.
He further added that ;
“I have respect for Kambua, even before I came into the industry, when I was growing up I watched her, listened to her music and looked up to her there is no beef between us.”