Miracle Baby, real name Peter Mwangi, a member of a music band popularly known as Sailors, has addressed everyone curious to find out what happened to the Gengetone music group.
Taking to social media, a seemingly frustrated Miracle Baby accused Kenyans who keep asking the whereabouts of the music group of pretense yet they witnessed what was done to them.
According to him, the pretense and ‘selective amnesia’ demonstrated by Kenyans should not be entertained. He said when the group was experiencing challenges with its then management company, no one showed up to support them.
“World mzima ilikua na ikaona tukinyanganywa vitu zetu zotee including: Account zetu, Doo zetu , Deals za mamilioni zikapingwa,” he wrote in part.
He added that everyone knew who did them wrong but no one called them out. He insinuated that as a group they felt unsupported during that time.
“Mnajua nani aliduu ivo... But ikanyamaziwa!!! Sioni tukisaidiana na maswali,” he added.
Explaining what he has been up to, Miracle Baby said he is focused on ventures that will help him earn a living adding that he will not entertain such questions from anyone.
“That's why naduu chenye itaniletea food kwa meza,” he added.
It will be remembered that last year a media personality was accused of denying Sailors access to their YouTube channel.
According to the Wamlambez hitmakers, the radio host had demanded around Sh1.5 million from the group before she could release the passwords.
In a statement released to the public through social media, the lady’s media company announced that it would no longer work with the group.
“We are pleased to have played a major role in the Building of the Brand and proud of our people in amplifying the voice of the Kenyan Youth. As we expand, Sailors 254 will no longer be represented by Us, and we cannot wait to introduce fresh, brilliant Talent to the world moving forward,” the statement read in part.