Kenyan musician Miss P recently explained the reason for quitting music and deleting all her social media accounts during an interview with 2mbili TV. According to her, the pressure and overwhelming nature of being a female celebrity in the music industry is too much to handle.
Miss P had been signed to Willy Paul's Saldido International record label, and had featured in popular songs such as Liar, Fall in Love, Mashallah and Tired. She had been with the label for about a year, but due to a scandalous fallout with her boss, she eventually left.
In the interview, Miss P talked about her spiritual journey and the awakening that led her to the decision to leave the music industry. She said that she had always been a believer of Jesus Christ and had been saved for a long time. However, she recently realized that there is a difference between being spiritual and being religious.
Miss P had a realization that we are living in the end times, and did not want to be found doing something that goes against God's expectations. She believes that as a Christian, it is important to live a life that glorifies God in all aspects, including her career. Therefore, she made the tough decision to quit music and focus on her spirituality.
"I am a believer of Jesus Christ, I have always been in salvation. I don't know if people realize we are living in the end times, and I wouldn't want to be found by Jesus doing contrary to what God expects," she said.
The musician also highlighted the challenges of being a woman in the music industry. She talked about the difficulties of dealing with male colleagues who often have ulterior motives. She had been frustrated with hopping from one management and label to another and had been overwhelmed by the expectations placed on female celebrities.
Despite the challenges, Miss P remained positive and focused on her faith. She deleted all her social media accounts and cleared her name. She found peace in her decision and felt that it was how it was meant to be. She said that she is not looking forward to making a comeback in music and has no plans to do so.
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