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HILARIOUS: Gospel singer ringtone slammed for horrible English

By Vincent Kejitan | Apr 5th 2019 | 2 min read

Kenyan gospel artiste Alex Apoko aka Ringtone was given a lesson by netizens on Thursday after captioning a photo using broken English.

The singer had hosted NACADA Director Vincent Muasya aka Chipukeezy at his Karen home and extended an invitation to his fans to visit him.

@chipukeezy paid me a visiting last night am my residence. My home is welcome for all visitors just dm and I will sending you pin location,” he wrote.

Kenyans online were quick to slam him for using broken English and here are some of the hilarious reactions to his post:

“I think English should pay you a visit too.”

“Imagine going to hell because of bad grammar.”

 “I think English teachers should be the ones to dm you.”

“Paid my visiting am my residence,,, what a waste of English. Some body call PLO.”

“I can't visit. The abhorrent language in that house might be infectious.”

“With such english the only visiting you deserve is annual parents visiting day coz you should be in class4 already.”

“I will sending you an English tutor.”

“I'm sure the word residence was modified by the phone.”

The singer is no stranger to controversy and just last week, he lashed out at his colleague Willy Paul over his latest song ‘Hallelujah’ which he termed as a 'fornication song.'

Ringtone took to social media to post numerous messages to Willy Paul and made it clear he is going to sue the fellow singer for disrespecting Christians in his new release which features Tanzanian singer Nandy.

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