Tuesday, July 16, 2019.
The internet has erupted after City lawyer Donald Kipkorir tweeted claiming that Morgan Heritage and Alaine were not famous in Jamaica.
According to Kipkorir, the reggae and dancehall artists were completely unpopular in the country. He narrated to the online community on how he engaged taxi drivers and waiters in the restaurants he visited, and their replies confirmed the musicians were not known.
I was in Jamaica for one week & travelled across the country. I asked the drivers I used & waiters in the restaurants I visited if they knew Alaine or Morgan Heritage .. None of the Jamaicans I asked knew them … They are unknowns in Jamaica .. Kenya makes “stars” of non-stars.
— Donald B Kipkorir (@DonaldBKipkorir) July 16, 2019
Morgan Heritage is a band of five reggae artist’s children formed in 1994 and Alaine Laughton, is a Jamaican American reggae singer and songwriter who recently tingled her Kenyan fans when she responded to gospel artist Willy Paul after claiming that she had dumped him.
Donald received harsh criticism from Kenyans bashing him that he might have asked the Jamaica citizens with a deep Kalenjin accent hence could not comprehend what he was talking about. The lawyer further revealed that the band that performed in Kenya recently, were not the real members of the famous Morgan Heritage.
Dbk :do u know mokan
Dbk :and arain
— sammy 🇶🇦🇶🇦🇰🇪🇰🇪 (@sammy_kg) July 16, 2019
The flamboyant Nairobi lawyer is on a holiday in the Caribbean land.