Kenyans On Twitter (KOT) Raise Funds To Help Musician Colonel Mustapha
In recent news, Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) led by Fauz Khalid ( The Real Mvita One)have shown their generosity and compassion by coming together to assist veteran singer Colonel Mustapha.
The singer had been captured in a video working at a construction site, leading some social media users to believe that it was all for publicity in an upcoming music video.
However, Mustapha clarified that he was indeed going through a tough time, with his mother recently diagnosed with cancer.
Rather than begging online for financial aid like some other celebrities have done, Mustapha took his job at the construction site as a man, and many people on social media commended him for that.
Despite their reputation for criticizing people, Kenyans on Twitter decided to raise funds to help Mustapha take care of his ailing mother, setting aside their opinions and coming together for a good cause.
Even some celebrities like Mejja weighed in on the matter, stating that everyone goes through ups and downs in life. Mejja also criticized the stranger who recorded and exposed Mustapha, saying that it was not right since the singer was not begging for handouts.
Another veteran artist DNA commended Mustapha through his tiktok account noting that it’s about time people put pride and class aside and embrace the changing economical times.
Singer KRG the don also offered his support, telling Mustapha to hold on a little longer since help was on the way. Noti Flow, who was Mustapha’s former girlfriend, placed the blame on the singer for cheating on her, stating that she was the one who took care of him and made him look good. However, Kenyans on Twitter were not swayed by her accusations and instead focused on the task at hand.
Kenyans have called on other artists in the industry to come together and assist their fellow artist, recognizing that it could easily be any of them facing a difficult time in the future.
The act of solidarity and kindness displayed by Kenyans on Twitter is a reminder that, despite all of the negativity and criticism that is often present on social media, there is still hope for humanity to come together and do good for others.
Colonel Mustapha’s story has touched the hearts of many Kenyans especially on social media, and their willingness to come together to help him is a true testament to the generosity and compassion that exists within society.
This act of kindness has also reminded us that, in difficult times, we should strive to be strong and take care of ourselves and our loved ones, rather than relying on others for financial aid.
Let us hope that this display of unity and goodwill will continue to inspire others to come together for the greater good.