Tough Kenya Film and Classification Board (KFCB) boss Dr. Ezekiel Mutua has echoed King Kaka’s sentiments after his video went viral.
King Kaka dropped the controversial song, Wajinga Nyinyi, which has brought the country to a standstill.
The song addressed among them political injustice and poor economy thanks to Uhuru Kenyatta.
He also pointed out Government Waiguru and embattled gold-loving Nairobi boss Mr Sonko.
Taking it to Facebook, Mutua maintained that Kenya is a free country and King Kaka is free to use his art to prick the conscience.
He also added that if anyone felt defamed in any way, they are free to file suit.
“As a Board, we will not interfere with the production. Let people reflect on the message, but the fact that the rapper can do such production and walk scot-free is evidence that our democracy has come of age. Try that in Uganda or Rwanda and things will be different,” he added.
King Kaka had mentioned that his life might be in danger and even said that he was to pull down the song until some issues are addressed.
Kenyans and celebrities have shown overwhelming support and shared the message across all social media platforms.