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Posted: June 12, 2020

Ethic Entertainment Intimates Double-Standards in the Music Industry

Boy band group Ethic Entertainment took a swipe at Kenyans and the Kenya Film Classification boss Ezekiel Mutua, if their scathing remarks were anything to go by. The “Quarantei” hitmakers tweeted on Wednesday, “Kama ni Ethic ndio ingekuwa imetoa Hiyo ngoma ya “Ngwatiology” tungekuwa tushakimbizwa Kamiti [If Ethic could’ve been the ones to release that “Ngwatiology” song, we would have been in Kamiti]”, the comments in reference to Gengetone artist Benzema’s recently released raunchy stint that is yet to cause an uproar.

The group has been at odds with fans and the regulator, following two controversial songs that have been pulled down from YouTube for promoting rape culture.

‘Greyhound’ Movie Release Date Confirmed

Sony’s ‘Greyhound’ movie has been confirmed for a July 10th release date. The Aaron Schneider-directed flick will be settling for streaming service Apple TV+ after multiple pushbacks due to the coronavirus pandemic, that has seen theatre shutdowns globally.

‘Greyhound’, starring Tom Hanks, is set in the early World War II where an inexperienced U.S. Navy captain Ernest Krause is assigned to lead an Allied convoy across the Atlantic. His convoy, however, is pursued by Nazi U-boat wolfpacks where he becomes embroiled in what would come to be known as the longest, largest and most complex naval battle in history: The Battle of the Atlantic.

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