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Gospel artiste releases song after leaked videos with pastor goes viral

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A video has emerged said to be that of a Kamba gospel musician Rosaline Katungwa being intimate with a pastor. Rosaline, known for songs such as Munyanya and Yesu Anakuja, is seen naked in the video, which has been widely shared on social media, where she also has a large following.

The lady who is seen in the video slowly moves on the bed and looks bored with the whole thing during the date. The light-skinned man, who is also thought to be an Ukambani pastor, is seen recording the video while also naked. On the bustling amateur film set, the man adeptly adjusts his camera several times, seeking the perfect angles to capture the action.

With unwavering focus, he maneuvers around tirelessly, striving for the most visually captivating shots, leaving no room for compromise. With each position, he stole fragments of time, encapsulating the essence of raw emotion and intensity and weaving a tapestry of visual delight that would leave audiences breathless.

Why are you judging my past?

He let them down by performing poorly in bed, leaving the lady wanting more, according to the social media sleuths. In apparent reaction to the viral video, the singer released a new song titled 'Mwisilila past yakwa niki' (Why are you judging my past?) days after it leaked.

Katungwa, who doubles as a dancer in the song, says she is not intimidated by what her detractors said. The pastor is seen in the video setting up a phone to record the moment with her lover, Katungwa. The artist from Kasikeu in Kilome constituency was educated in both Mukomeni primary school and Mukomeni secondary school until she cleared in 2016.

She said that her musical journey began as a child when she began performing at family events.

"Since I was a child, I have had an interest in dancing and singing. While in school, I used to sing in events, which I have since perfected," she revealed.

Katungwa said her first song, which was produced in 2017, was sponsored by her home church.

"When I started, I experienced challenges in producing songs because of a lack of funds until my church came to my aid," she added.

Katungwa, who has collaborated with Tanzanian gospel artist Rose Muhando on a song titled 'Yesu anakuja, said that was the song that brought her fame.

"I got the opportunity to meet Rose Muhando when she was invited to our church in Athi River. The song has since been doing well on my YouTube channel," she said.

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