Ethic Entertainment New Song ‘Tarimbo’ Decried By Fans

04 November of 2019 by

Up and coming music group Ethic Entertainment is often credited for their involvement in the new Kenyan sound Gengetone. The group has had colossal success with their music output taking the number one spot.

Ethic released a new song titled ‘Tarimbo’ loosely translating to ‘Crowbar’ and it did not settle well with Kenyan fans. The 3-minute jam is laced with sexual innuendos from the jump and keeps at with the verses till the end.

Fans went on to social media stating the track promoted rape culture. The chorus suggests the artists have unconsented sex and they like it while at it.

Kenya Film Classification Board chair Dr Ezekiel Mutua put out a statement castigating the jam. “I have spoken to Google to take down the damn crap called Tarimbo by Ethic Entertainment which advocates for the rape of women.’

The video is still trending and raking up views but one thing is clear, the video will not make it on local media. Fans are also reporting the video for violations and Youtube might be forced to take it down.

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