Music group Ethic Entertainment have found themselves in deep trouble after releasing their latest jam dubbed Tarimbo that premiered on You tube Friday morning.
The song which has got the attention of moral cop Eziekiel Mutua is set to be pulled down from you tube.
The seemingly angry Mutua took to his social media account on Friday morning to notify Kenyans that he had spoken to google to pull down the song which he has termed as crap.
According to Mutua, the song advocates for rape of women.
While noting that promoting violence against women is a crime, Mutua has called for George Kinoti-led Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to arrest the entire bunch of musicians under Article 33, for going beyond the prescribed delimitations on freedom of expression by advocating for violence against women.
“I have spoken to Google to take down the damn crap called Tarimbo by Ethic Entertainment which advocates for rape of women. Promoting violence against women is criminal.
“The DCI should arrest the entire bunch of musicians called Ethic, under Article 33, for going beyond the prescribed delimitations on freedom of expression by advocating for violence against women,” reads part of his Facebook post.
He says the current musicians and performers have defied everything decent societies holds dear and thrown morality to the four winds in the name of money and popularity.
He has cautioned all the clubs and DJs not to play such type of songs.
“When we banned Wamlambez people said we were killing creativity. I asked these nincompoops if they could shout Wamlambez to their mothers and they said they could. I was baffled. These so called musicians and performers have defied everything decent societies holds dear. They have thrown morality to the four winds in the name of money and popularity,” he said.
“My interpretation of Wamlambez and Tarimbo is that these are not artists. They are demented circus thugs hiding behind art to promote indecency. Any self respecting DJ should not play these songs. No club should allow music that advocates for violence against women. Unless decent people rise against the wave immorality in Kenya, we are going to lose a generation in the name of creative freedom. No freedom is absolute. This time round we must draw the line;”
This is not the first time Mutua is engaging in a tussle with the new generation artists.
Takataka hit maker Alvindo and Gengetone singers Sailors gang are among the artists that have found themselves in trouble with Mutua over the content in their songs.
A few months ago, Mutua banned Sailors Gang’s Wamlambez from playing outside the clubs.