It is said that it is never too late to seek and find salvation. This appears to be the case for rapper Circuite who gained notoriety after releasing one of the ‘dirtiest’ songs in Kenyans had ever listened to called Manyake which is Swahili for meat.
Together with his partner in crime Jo-el, the duo took the industry by storm with their lewd lyrical content. And while Manyake advocated for the use of protection, it ruffled a lot of feathers which partly contributed to the rappers’ downfall.
But that was over a decade ago. Now, Circuite has since turned over a new leaf and is now leading people to Jesus. We can now undoubtedly call him, fisher of men.
He is now serving the Kingdom.
Well, in an interview with Mpasho, he took us through what made him change his ways.