Gospel singer Onesimus real name Armstrong Kalua, has been involved in a scuffle with urban artist Piksy real name Evans Zangazanga.
The tussle between the two artists has been going on through the social media.
And yesterday Onesimus wrote to Piksy through his Facebook page telling him to grow up.
“You sing songs of the world praising alcohol, women and worldly things that don’t add value to your life and I don’t quarrel with you or question you,” said Onesimus in a letter addressed to Piksy.
He added that he sings songs celebrating a man of God who was truly called by God.
“Maybe you didn’t know I worship and praise Jesus Christ and I celebrate Prophet Shepherd Bushiri as a man of God/my father,” said the gospel artist, who used to sing secular before he became born again.
Currently based in South Africa, Onesimus, who recently announced that he would be on a tour and that he is working on a new album, said:
“I was made well by anointing upon Major 1, whether fake or original I don’t care. All I know is that God changed my story from dust to diamonds and he answered me by cash for He alone is a rich God, the God of impossibilitie (wazatheka bwanji),” said Onesimus.
Asked what was going on between him and Piksy, the gospel musician said:
“Everything I post [on Facebook] to throw sharks at me. I live my life, he decides to get involved. I tried talking to him privately… he still goes on to talk on social media of which I find it very unpleasant and childish to do as a man,” said Onesimus.
Piksy famed for songs ‘Unamata,’ and ‘Uncle Short One,’ could not be reached yesterday for his comment as he is also reportedly in South Africa.
Onesimus has since composed a song titled ‘Onesimus Musik Open Letter,’ delving into the tussle between him and Piksy.
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