Rapper Francis Amisi popularly known as Frasha has decided to join King Kaka in singing conscientious music by releasing a controversial new hit song titled called Wajinga Sisi.
This is a follow-up to the Wajinga Nyinyi song that has been trending since its release a few weeks back.
In the song, Frasha starts by telling fellow rapper King Kaka that the fight he has chosen is a difficult one and he has decided to stand with him.
In another line he cheekily mentions the lawsuit threat that Kirinyaga Governor Anne Waiguru issued against King Kaka. Waiguru has since withdrawn the legal threat.
‘Hello King Kaka ni Frasha hapa, maze hii fight alone hauwezi toboa, so nimeamuwa kustand na wewe. Naskia Waiguru amekusue, is this true, funny vile judiciary imekuwa circus, judge na politicians wakiwa main acts. Mshukiwa ameachiliwa kwa bondi ya million mbili na kesi yake na billion mbili,’ goes his opening line.
The rapper also boldly mentions Deputy President William Ruto and also talks about the extra-judicial killings that go without the perpetrators being convicted by the law.
Pastor James Ng’ang’a of the Neno Evangelism Centre also get part of Frasha’s shade not to mention the issue of unemployment among the youth even as senior citizens continue getting appointed to government jobs.
Watch the song below;