Gospel singer Moses Tarus Omondi, better known as Mr. Seed, has expressed his displeasure with his nemesis Kevin Bahati following the arrest and arraignment of Peter Blessing.
Taking to social media, the Pull Up remarked that what was happening to the young musician was wrong, adding that it didn’t have to get to that.
He also shared a photo that showed Blessing in handcuffs as he was being led out of Milimani Law Courts on Tuesday, January 28.
Mr Seed’s fans seemed to agree with him with quite a number criticizing Bahati for what he was putting Blessing through.
Blessing, whose real name is Peter Mwanyalo, is facing charges of obtaining Ksh 2,039,000 from the EMB Records founder using false pretense.
The upcoming artist stands accused of pretending that he was in a position to produce music videos for the stable yet he failed to deliver.
According to court papers, the offence took place between July 4, 2019 and January 5, 2020. However, Blessing denied the charges when he appeared in court and was released on a cash bail of Ksh 200,000.