Vicky Kitonga has come out to reveal that members of the gospel fraternity shunned her for supporting Eunice Njeri after her marriage was annulled.
Vicky was one of the only famous people who defended Eunice’s move to annul her marriage 24-hours after she said, “I do” to rapper Izzo whose real name is Ado Bukasi.
“After all the unkind words and insults I received two years ago for standing with this powerful sister and a cherished true Worshiper, I simply blocked my ears and continued praying for her,” Vicky said.
“She has been through poor health and a broken relationship but has remained consistent and resilient and has kept all of us so Blessed as we listen to her songs on TV and social media platforms. The seed of God for sure will never die.”
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In a video that was over an hour long of talking, praying and singing saw Eunice Njeri open up to her fans and friend Vicky on why she did not consummate her marriage.
Vicky says in the video, “I was telling my girlfriend here, it doesn’t matter what she has been through, God remains God. She will never be able to defend herself, she can only allow God to defend her.”
She continued, “Here I am, as her big sister. It doesn’t matter what your sister may have done. You have to accept them.”
Vicky gave the analogy of the Biblical prodigal son who was accepted back home after leaving and squandering his share of his inheritance.
She encouraged Eunice to speak her truth because “text has no emotion” referring to her now famous, ‘marriage annulment’ Instagram post.
Eunice said, “The thing is, if it is not peaceful, it is not peaceful. If you are not peaceful about it do not do it because in the end it is not about you. And if it is not about God, it is not worth it. If it is not about God, it is not supposed to be in your life.”
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She continued explaining that “marriage, having kids, having a big house it is all about God.”
Eunice also addressed the issue of leaving her marriage because “her heart is in Africa”.
“I was telling Vicky, If I stopped singing and stopped going to church, I don’t know what I was going to do. And this is what i do. For me, my capacity was Kangemi because I thought I was singing so that Kangemi can know Jesus, but God blew it up.”