Kush Tracy Reforms From Prostitution, Turns To Gospel Music

Kush Tracy Reforms From Prostitution, Turns To Gospel Music

Rapper Kush Tracy is now a born again Christian after reciting the sinners' prayer at Mavuno Church this past Sunday and giving up her old ways.
The rapper whose real name is Teresia Ndoti Wambua told the congregation that she had been conflicted all the while she was singing secular music. Her name, Kush, is a strain of Cannabis indica.
Kush Tracy came into the limelight when she did her own rendition of Kristoff's hit song Dandia. The name of her version of the song was Huwezi nidandia kama mat.
The relationship between Kush Tracy and Timmy Tdat is what really made her a household name in the Kenyan music industry.
The two did break up after Timmy confronted and beat up Kush Tracy in a club for hanging out with an old man who Timmy claimed had paid Kush Tracy for bedroom services.
Kush Tracy has never shied away from admitting the fact that she has had sponsors in the past and present. Sponsors are a glorified name for men and women that pay for prostitution services.


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