Rosemary Wahu Kagwi popularly known as Wahu insists she is still saved despite recently releasing a ‘secular’ song.
In 2017, Wahu announced that she was born again and was making the switch from secular to gospel music. She had just released her Sifa hit.
Back then, Wahu who is married to fellow artiste David Mathenge AKA Nameless said that her journey to salvation had been off and on especially after discouragement from fellow Christians.
Since then she has released various gospel tracks including “My Everything”, “Nifanane Nawe”, and “Power Power” featuring Size 8 in 2019.
But now the mother of two released a new song on February, This Love Ya Wahu, followed by Te Amo featuring his husband in late March, and his fans are saying the she has backslid AGIAN!
In an exclusive interview on TV47’s BombaLaSanaa, Tony Mwirigi, Wahu said that she had always been saved, only that she had not been writing gospel music.
Responding to a question on her salvation status, Wahu reiterated that she was still saved, “what happened about four , five years ago is that I rededicated my life to Christ. It was a deliberate decision I took because I wanted to re-connect with God.
“I was always saved, just like I am even today,” a chuckling Wahu added.
Wahu said that she does not want to be categorised as a gospel or secular artiste.
“I feel like this transformation word divides more than it brings together, because how can my husband(a secular artist) and I not be on the same side?” Wahu opined.
According to the mother of two, the only division in music should be “good music and bad music.”
Wahu admitted that she is passionate about writing gospel music, but not limited to other topics relating to her life experiences.
“I love to write gospel related music, that is praise and worship. I also love to write love songs and music that talks about my journey,” Wahu revealed.
The two revealed that they are now working on a joint album, after recently celebrating their 15-years marriage anniversary.