Mr Seed on the spot, again, for being a deadbeat dad

The accusations made by Elizabeth Sonia Michael, also known as Maza, have sparked a heated debate among Mr Seed’s fans and critics. Many have taken to social media to express their disappointment in the gospel artiste for his alleged neglect of his fatherly duties.

Mr Seed, whose real name is Simon Nyamboki, is one of Kenya’s most popular gospel artistes, known for hits such as “Bora Uhai” and “Winnie”. He rose to fame in the early 2010s and has since established himself as a prominent figure in the Kenyan gospel music scene.

However, his recent scandal has raised questions about his character and the values he represents as a gospel artiste. Many have pointed out the irony of him preaching about God’s love and grace while allegedly failing to show love and grace to his own son.

In response to the accusations, Mr Seed has yet to make a public statement. However, some of his fans have come to his defense, claiming that the singer has been unfairly attacked and that the situation is being blown out of proportion.

Regardless of the outcome of this scandal, it is clear that Mr Seed’s reputation as a gospel artiste has been severely damaged. This incident serves as a reminder that, as public figures, gospel artistes are not immune to criticism and accountability for their actions.

In conclusion, the accusations made by Elizabeth Sonia Michael have brought to light the issue of deadbeat dads in the Kenyan society. As a society, we need to hold our fathers accountable for their actions and ensure that they are actively involved in the upbringing of their children. It is important for Mr Seed to address these accusations and take responsibility for his actions, as it is his duty as a father to provide for and raise his son.