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VIDEO: Billionaire Sadat Used Papa Dennis! He Contributed 6K For The Burial And Flew To Dubai

Gospel artist Ringtone Apoko called out the former manager of the late Papa Dennis for flying business to Dubai on the day of his burial.

Papa Dennis was laid to rest last week on Wednesday at his parent’s home in Matunda, Kakamega county. Only a handful of celebrities; Daddy Owen, Ringtone Apoko, and Gloria Muliro; attended the burial ceremony.

During the ceremony, Ringtone called out his former manager Sadat Muhindi for doing very little to support his once-famous artist’s send-off. According to him, Sadat flew business class to Dubai on the day of the burial.

He urged promoters not to take up talented artists if their only intention is to use them as a source of generating income.

He did not support Papa Dennis’ send off and when we set a meeting to contribute money for Dennis’ send off, he said the hotel where we were was too filthy for him so he left to plan his own funeral committee only toi bring back 6000

Ringtone

He went on to reveal that the send-off was mainly planned and funded by several artists including those from the secular industry.

Watch the video below:

Sadat has however denied claims that he kicked out the late Papa Dennis out of his Maliza Umaskini label. He urged the public to be patient and wait for the official police report to come out.

It is unfortunate that many people have been spreading rumours that Papa Dennis died of depression but I’m telling them to wait for the police report, which will actually reveal what caused his death

Sadat Muhindi

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Elvis Mwangi

A content writer with some years of experience. My job is to interpret and report current events using words. There is just that mystery of how words can invoke so much emotion.
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