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Thursday, January 6, 2022

Peter Miracle Baby blames Mwalimu Rachel for the temporary downfall and halting of GengeTone Group Sailors

SAILORS Gang band leader Peter Miracle Baby has come out to revive the group’s former beef with their then management that led them to them temporarily halting their music careers. (Read More Here).


This came after a fan questioned on the existence of the ‘Gengetone’ group and sought to know where the 'Wamlambez', 'Queen B' and 'Pekejeng' hitmakers group disappeared to.

The fan had posed: “Kwani Sailors waliendaga wapi?” to which Peter Miracle baby responded with a vile attack on their former manager Radio Personality Mwalimu Rachel. 

“Na hii swali ya ufala msee asiwai niuliza tena... World mzima ilikua na ikaona tukinyanganywa vitu zetu zotee including: Account zetu, Doo zetu , Deals za mamilioni zikapingwa na mnajua nani aliduu ivo... But ikanyamaziwa!!!, ” said Miracle Baby.

He added: ”Sioni tukisaidiana na maswali za ufala nkt!!! That's why naduu chenye itaniletea food kwa meza so uki feel kuuliza swali please nakubeg uezi kosa nyanya amebaki uhai umuulize”.

Miracle baby’s sentiments were support by fans including comedian Terrence Creative who said: “It shall be well bro,Mungu yuko .Never be afraid to start afresh”

In 2020, Mwalimu Rachel has announced that she has parted ways with the renowned Kenyan gengetone group Sailors under her company MRX Media Ltd.

Previously, Mwalimu Rachel had demanded 1.5million Kenyan shillings from Sailors new management, before releasing passwords to their social media accounts for what she had termed as return on investment.


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