Gospel musician Nicah the Queen recently shared a post on social media that the arrest of Emma Jalamo was meant to serve as a lesson to those who tarnish the reputation of others. This comes after Emma Jalamo claimed on social media that Nicah was his wife and sent her Ksh 200k, even though Nicah was in a committed relationship with her fiancé DJ Slahver. Nicah later reimbursed the money and confronted Emma after he followed her to the coast.
However, photos of the two together were shared with DJ Slahver, who blocked Nicah and left her alone with their children in Mombasa. A demand letter from Nicah’s legal representatives claimed that Emma’s actions intentionally hurt Nicah’s reputation and were misinterpreted as suggesting that Nicah was a prostitute or unfaithful, damaging her image as a gospel artist. The demand letter required Emma to retract his statements and apologize for defamation within seven days.
Fans on social media speculate that the two may be creating this situation for attention before releasing a new song. Some comments include “If you need attention before releasing a song, try something else,” and “Is this police station? Do you want this song to have views?” Another comment suggests that this is a love story for a new song. The arrest of Emma Jalamo came the day after the demand letter was issued, raising questions about the motives behind the situation.