There is a single man in town and he is ready to mingle. Moji, one half of the gospel duo, Kelele Takatifu, is single, y’all.
The star together with fellow singer Didi are famous for adding humor to their songs to pass the message. Some of their well known songs include; Ngori, Didimia, Achana na Mimi among others.
Well, he recently released a new solo project dubbed Kuzitoka, this sparked rumours that the duo had split and Kelele Takatifu was no more.
He was hosted by Chito Ndlovu on Kiss FM show where he shared the inspiration behind his song and how he feels going solo.
“It is a good thing because it is all about me doing the writing and everything…booking studio and all that.”
Moji is now doing his own music but said that Kelele Takatifu is still going to be there because it was established by God and therefore it can’t die.
Chito went ahead and talked about the so many sagas facing the gospel artists.
“The church had such dramas from the start and no one is perfect. Drama ya kitambo ilikua mbaya kuliko sahii, remember kina Safira who died after cheating, such drama are expected because we are also human and we are not so holy than the rest.It has always been like this.The thing is let us focus on the good and not just the bad thing.”
He was also asked about Bahati’s girlfriend Diana Marua becoming parents and about their alleged wedding, he responded,
“I do not know about that and any plan about a wedding but congratulated Bahati in case that was true
He gave the inspiration behind his song Kuzitoka, whereby he said that the song is all about where he has come from.
“The song is about dancing and excitement…about my life and the far I have come.”
Moji also said when he release that song he was going through a hard time and I was like God give me a song to relieve me from this problem.
Well, Chito the host is never hesitant to ask his guest about their status and there this question was definitely directed to Moji.
“I am single and any single girl out there who loves Jesus has a chance. I mean you have to love Jesus kabisa. I mean my ideal woman has to be focused and she has to be fun, meeeeeen, i love fun meeeeeen. I also need her brain to be up there, I am not young, I just turned 26 years in September and so some things I used to consider so much in a girl are outdated.”
Listen to his entire interview with Chito Ndlovu.