‘It was not easy,’ Guardian Angels speaks after reconciliation with father

Kenyan gospel music sensation Guardian Angel reveals that it was a hard time reconciling with the father.

In an exclusive interview, he cited that reconciling with his father was not easy for him.

Talking to Classic105,com, the gospel musician said,

It was a great move but it was not easy.

One of the things that I had never thought about is that we would be able to get to that point with my dad

But I thank God that through a sermon that I listened to, it touched my heart and I realized I was also messing up by keeping the grudge with my dad, because it holds my blessings.

In all this, I wanted to move to a greater place and make moveand one of the moves that I have to do is to clear the way so as to get blessings from my parents.

 

Guardian Angel reveals reason he reconciled with father after 30 years

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In a previous interview, the “Nadeka”  hitmaker had said that he had not kept in touch with his father for many years in which when he finally did he found him unwell.

Well, we asked him how his father was doing and he was quick to affirm that he was in perfect condition.

However, when asked what had hindered him from reaching out to the father before the sermon, he said,

There are things I know about him and what he said and things that he did to my mother and when you think about them,  you feel offended

Questions asked are why he did what he did and why he wasn’t there for me.

I however realized that he was still my father whether he was there or not, he is still my father

During the interview, he revealed that the mother was alright and cool after him and the father reconciling

This was after having said in a previous interview she had been asking him to reconcile with him on many occasions.

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‘I wouldn’t hide my baby mama if I had one,’ Guardian Angel

Gospel artiste Guardian Angel has refuted claims that he has a baby mama.

This was after his fans questioned a post he had put on his social media platform.

Weeks ago, Guardian posted a the caption below and it left his fans with more questions than answers.

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Many wondered if he had a baby mama and if he did, why would he keep her a secret.

Speaking during an exclusive interview with Classic105.com, Guardian said,

That was just a quote I picked up from google.

I thought the quote related with my situation with my dad. Most of these quotes we use don’t relate to us, its just something you share because some people relate to it.

If I had a baby mama I would never hide it.

Guardian Angel on a white bench

He adds,

Getting children out of wedlock happens to people sometimes even my mother was born again when she got me.

Fornication is wrong but when a baby is involved there is nothing you can do as you cannot kill/abort as that is another sin before God.

If all kids born out of wedlock were not to be blessed then I would not be where I am today.

 

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‘Nadeka’ hitmaker Guardian Angel lands a lucrative ambassadorial job

Kenyan gospel music sensation Guardian Angel, has been unveiled as the brand ambassador for Crowned Eagle Safari to the excitement of his fans.

Crowned Eagle Safaris is a travel agency that plans tours and travels for clients In Africa, Europe. Dubai and Asia.

Guardian Angel was unveiled at a special event at the agency’s offices at Krishna Centre, Westland.

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Guardian Angel during his unveiling

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The hit maker who was among Taxify Kenya’s brand Influencers, expressed his excitement about the new deal.

Guardian Angel is having a great time, as this deal Is coming after he won seven awards last year both locally and Internationally, Including the Groove Awards Artiste of the Year title.

The singer also released yet another single, titled Mercy.

Terry Anne Chebet also recently landed and ambassadorial role for an international brand that manufacturers diapers.

Taking to nstagram Terry a mother of two had shared the exciting new with the caption below

“Yesterday, Molfix, one of the world’s biggest brands in the baby diaper market launched in Kenya. I’m so excited to be appointed the @molfixkenya Brand Ambassador! Just gratitude… 🙏🏽 So much gratitude. #molfix #molfixnigeria #molfixinkenya”

Terry Anne Chebet

 

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Eight most stylish Kenyan male celebrities

The world has rapidly evolved in the fashion industry and we can’t overlook the fact that these men are not being left behind. They say that first impressions matter and dressing definitely is a plus one on looks.

These men stand out because of their fashion sense.

1. Sauti Sol

sauti sol The biggest boy band in Kenya, Sauti Sol have it going on. They always have something to show whenever they appear, but one thing is for sure, their outfits always have jaws dropping.

2. Ali Hassan Joho

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He goes by the name Sultan. He is the governor of Mombasa county and he has been named the most stylish governor Kenya has.

3. Octopizzo

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The Oliel hit maker never disappoints when it comes to fashion.

4. Guardian Angel

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One of the best Gospel artists also has taste and likes to look sharp.

5.Nyashinski

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A legend in the Kenyan music industry who has represented the country internationally but one thing is for sure, he does not forget to dress up fashionably.

6. Nick Mutuma

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A successful actor, his fashion sense is also a success. He has featured in many local movies and was recently blessed with a baby girl together with his baby mama, Bridget Shighadi.

7.Willy Paul

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Yes he is a controversial gospel artist, but we have to give credit to his amazing sense of style.

 

 8. Otile Brown

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The baby love hit maker, who is also Vera Sidika’s ex-boyfriend cannot be left behind. His sense of style is on a whole different level.

List of Kenyan celebs who were once streets kids before fame

Living on the streets is not a walk in the park. Everyday we see scores of Kenyans forced to live in the streets owing to various circumstances.

A wise man once said that your past does not determine your future and going by how far these celebrities have come it is true.

Below is the list of celebs who once called the streets home.

1. Guardian Angel
The gospel singer, whose songs are currently topping the music charts, grew up in the streets. In past interviews, Guardian has always narrated his past sad life experience and how he ventured into music to inspire the youth.

“We happened to have gotten to a place where it was a bit hard for us to hold on because my mother had lost her job and life was just hard and me being that kajamaa who doesn’t want to look at his mother go through some stuff so that life goes on and couldn’t just watch so I decided to go my way and let my mum figure her way out. I got arrested when I was in the streets. I was on the streets and I think the President at that time said the streets should be cleared. So I was among those who were cleared from the streets.”

 

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2. Annitah Raey

The media personality, now a mother of two, is never afraid of sharing details of her past. She’s been through a lot and just like some, her life hasn’t been a smooth path. Annita went to the streets when she was 13-years-old.

“I was so rebellious because I was raised by a very harsh mother. I started running away from home at a very tender age of 13 years and started living in the streets. I lived in the streets of Nairobi with the worst people in the society. Those were my friends. They used to treat me like I am the baby in their crew. You are the one who carried the drugs for them,” she narrated.

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Adding:

“Then one day I was coming in with one of them, so we are at Moi Avenue, then someone hit me from the back, nkafikiri ni mwizi and I was like, anataka nini. I fell down and became unconscious. I did not have money but anyway I had drugs with me. They dragged us towards Jevanjee. They were two guys and both were from my tribe, I understood all what they were planning for me. So they raped me and that was the worst thing in my life.”

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3. MCA Tricky

Self-proclaimed Member of Chokora Assembly joined the streets at the tender age of 12, after his peers convinced him to accompany them to Nairobi in search of greener pastures without the knowledge of his parents.

“For three years, I experienced the vagaries of street life in Nairobi’s Saika estate, during which I worked as a vegetable errand boy to and from Gikomba market to survive,” he said in previous interviews.

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4. Ringtone

The controversial gospel singer spent most of his time on the streets. And just like street urchins, he ate from the bins.

In an interview with Dr Ofweneke, Ringtone narrated that his mother dumped him at the doorstep of a bar in Nairobi’s Tom Mboya Street and left him at the mercy of the streets of Nairobi.

“I was thrown away in a box on the streets , my father died when I was 5, I became a street boy  at the age of 7. I was brought up by my grand mother who later passed on when I was 7.

I have been employed as mtu wa mitumba. I also worked as a shoe shiner, later I went to Mombasa to be a beach boy before being taken to school by a church I am where I am today because of God’s grace. Nothing will ever make me leave him.”

 

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His uncle later found him and sent him to the village to stay with his grandmother who later passed away, leaving him once again at the mercy of the world.

He was forced to flee to the streets where he did everything urchins do because his family had allegedly rejected him until when he was rescued by a good Samaritan.

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5. Papa Dennis

The flamboyant gospel singer also tasted the rough life of the streets.

In past interviews, Papa Dennis revealed that his parents passed away when he was very young and in Class 8, leaving behind three children. With no one to support or care for them, Denno had to turn to the streets to fend for himself and his siblings.

“I’ve been through a lot, and growing up an orphan really takes a toll on you. It affected me after primary school seeing other kids go to high school while I couldn’t. It hurt a lot. So I started taking on menial jobs to survive.”

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He was later rescued by Sadat Muhindi, the CEO of Maliza Umaskini foundation that helps the needy and nurtures talent.  Papa Dennis celebrated his birthday yesterday.

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‘Lipstick is not for night nurses’ Gospel artiste defends himself as he opens up about owning his own lipstick line

Back in the ancient times, red lipstick was used by prostitutes to attract men but Guardian Angel has over looked that and started a lipstick line.

Being an artiste in the gospel industry, Word Is asked him what his take is on that.

“That was back in the day, now things are different. It is just an item to make a lady look good. Even pastors’ wives use lipstick and even preach in front of the congregation,”

So far, the response is good. Guardian Angel said he needed to have something more than his music that he can leave behind.

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Lipstick was a choice he made because he needed a marketing strategy for his name. Something his fans will always remember him for, even past his music career, in case it ends.

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Anything that involves women and children will always get you money. Of course he was not starting a lipstick line to give for free, so the probability of making some good money is high. Guardian said the lipstick is at a price many women can afford, even those of a lower class.

“Every woman wants to look good, so why not give her the opportunity to?” he asked. “At just 700 bob, you will own lipstick.”

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Sauti Ya Kutoa Nyoka Pangoni! You Will Cry When You Watch This Acoustic Version Of Guardian Angel’s ‘Nadeka’

They say ‘talanta si dumba!’

Well, Guardian Angel is one of the best vocalists the Kenyan music industry has ever seen. I mean this guy can sing really well.

Angel, who has hit the headlines with his hit song Nadeka has taken the Internet by storm again with the acoustic version of the song. This time around, this talented lad is assisted by this guy identified as Phil, another talent!

Phil

Angel, has also released a couple of covers among them Willy Paul’s I Do, Mercy Masika’s Shule Yake, Angel Bernard’s Siteketei among others.

Ladies and gentle, he is just a combination of talent upon talent!

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Anyway, to the lovers of good music, here is the acoustic version of Guardian Angel’s Nadeka that will blow your mind away.