Ethic Entertainment Called Out Over New "Soko" Music Video

Ethic Entertainment

Ethic Entertainment

Gengetone's fast rising group; Ethic Entertainment are being put to blast by the CEO of the Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB); Ezekiel Mutua over their most recent music video; "Soko".

The track 'Soko' came out a few months ago but was brought to the public's attention with the release of the song's official visual. From the song's lyrics, one of the members insinuate that 'he was looking for a woman with a tight cookie like that one of a baby' which was not taken lightly by many Kenyans.

Shortly after the release of the visual, Ezekiel Mutua took to his twitter to bash the group saying;

The Kenya Film Classification Board then contacted YouTube to get the disturbing content flagged on the grounds that it promotes prostitution, rape and pedophilia.

Ethic Entertainment (left), Kenya Film Classification Board CEO; Ezekiel Mutua (right)

Ethic Entertainment (left), Kenya Film Classification Board CEO; Ezekiel Mutua (right)

The board's CEO further announced that he and his colleagues are going to ensure that the members of Ethic Entertainment face the arm of the law in a follow up tweet;


Following the harsh consequences taken on them, Ethic Entertainment took to their Instagram account to express their regrets where they promised to release decent content in future;


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Their public apology however did not satisfy the CEO; Mr Mutua, who then replied that the stars still have to face the charges for breaking the rules under the constitution.

This is not the first time that Ethic Entertainment are facing content flagship due to controversial content. Three of the groups tracks namely 'Lamba Lolo', 'Tarimbo' and 'Figa' have also been taken down from YouTube for vulgar and immoral lyrical content.


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