Gospel singer Christina Shusho is the subject of on line trolls thanks to her latest questionable stint.
The Unikumbuke hit maker partnered with Unaitas Sacco Society to produce a song which has been deemed secular.
The purpose of the song was to highlight how the sacco has helped people better their lives but Kenyans were just not buying it. According to her followers, Shusho corrupted a gospel piece for commercial purposes, something no one expected from her.
The Tanzanian singer used her Umenifanya Ning’are song as the background music for an advertisement run by Unaitas.
Fans condemned the new advertisement stating the sacco was using a sacred song to promote its own business interests.
Another concerned netizen stated the new song was in bad taste and Shusho of all people should not have corrupted her own song in that manner.
“Unaitas should look for more creative ways to do their marketing. This one will backfire,” Alaka wrote.
Last year, Shusho found herself in the wrong side of Kenyans after a post described as very ‘sinful’ and uncalled for from a Gospel artist.
She had asked Kenyans to pray for the president Uhuru and Jubilee Party at a time when Kenya was tethering on the brinks of genocide over the controversial repeat polls.