On Tuesday evening, former Kiss100 radio host Jalango caught on fire while attending a TV interview with gospel artist Rufftone. Daddy Owen’s brother, Rufftone, is also a gospel performer.
The two celebrities are among a rising number of well-known figures who are dabbling in politics. With the interview pitting their political ideals against one another, Rufftone, who recently joined Ruto’s UDA party, was placed up against Jalas, who was defending ODM.
The drama between the two celebrities began when Rufftone, who is running for a Senate seat in Nairobi, accused ODM of being big hooliganism participants. However, Jalas, who sat next to him, could not accept Rufftone’s point of view.
The radio host went on to declare that he couldn’t listen to what Rufftone was saying any longer and threatened to leave the interview.
Rufftone, on the other hand, sought assistance from the media interviewer because he believed Jalango was obstructing his ability to talk.
Rufftone revealed why he was accusing ODM of hooliganism: his brother, Daddy Owen, allegedly attacked him with a machette in 2007 over political disputes. Rufftone claims that his brother was an ODM supporter during his stay at PNU.