Embarambamba has never danced on my butt, Fenny Kerubo dismisses viral video

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Juddy Mammah together with Fenny Kerubo the Nyanza Gospel groove award Winner Photo/Fenny
Juddy Mammah together with Fenny Kerubo the Nyanza Gospel groove award Winner Photo/Fenny

Queen of Gospel Music in Nyanza Fenny Kerubo has distanced herself from a viral video where a male artist is seen Jumping into a female artist’s butt.

The scene which seemed to be a well attended crusade has sound out questions on the recent conduct seen in a number of Gospel ministers especially Musicians.

An artist identified by the public on social media as Embarambamba is seen bouncing round on a female colleague’s big butt. The colleague positively responds in return by taking him in rounds while tightly holding each other.

Posting on her Facebook profile on Tuesday night, Kerubo said the Female artist in the clip identified as Judy Mammah has copied all her dress code and dance styles.

“Dear my fans there is a video trending on social media of Embarambamba dancing with Judy Mammah carrying Embaramba on her back. It’s not me,” She posted.

The Nyanza groove award winner said the public has mistaken her body figure and dressing code with that of the lady in question.

“People have confused me with Judy Mammah. I humbly apologize for the confusion and inconvenience it may have caused,” She posted on her Facebook wall.

Speaking to this site on Wednesday morning, Kerubo said she is of good morals and will never do such in public or private. She has strongly condemned those connecting her with the viral clip.

“Am a gospel icon and will never do such in Public nor private. I stand for the God of respect and honor. My fans should know am not the one in the viral video,” She said.