Sailors were the topic of much-heated debate over the weekend when a guy by the name of Bravin took to social media accusing her of exploiting the naivety of the group.
According to Brashavin… You know what, just read what he had to say for yourselves:
Waangwana, Niko na File Ya Sailors and I will be dropping it Hot. Hao vijana wanaumia sana. They are being exploited and it’s not even funny anymore.
To begin with, the group can’t open their own YouTube channel because they have been threatened. That’s per my source which at the moment, I will go by anonymous.
Sailors Have no binding Contract with LE MWALIMU and she swore to Sabotage them if at all they started their own YouTube Channel. So now you understand what #Sailors don’t have a YouTube Channel. Whatever excuse is given, it’s a cover-up. Tell them to show you a contract. Hakuna!
#Sailors are always booked every weekend but the problem here is that they can’t even afford Clothes for a photoshoot. They do so much but they are exploited heavily,”
He expressed these opinions through his Twitter account and they were explosive. The tweets allege exploitation of a young group of artistes who do not understand how the system works inorder for them to make money for themselves. They approached someone they felt would be of help only to be butt-sexed.
And there are plausible issues raised by the series of tweets which is probably why Mwalimu Rachel decided to respond to allegations and all she tweeted out in response was:
We sail on…@sailors254 our focus is razor-sharp and they can’t understand nor stand it.