‘Bad boy gone good’, Armstrong Kalua, who is popularly known as Onesimus, has reacted angrily to Malawi urban music sensation Piksy’s Mthunzi song arguing that it attacks him personally.
The artist who is now a gospel musician and is serving South Africa based Malawian Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, expressed his wrath on Piksy’s Facebook wall for everyone to see.
In the post, Onesimus claims Piksy meddles in his business by speaking ill of his partnership with the prophet.
Onesimus says he serves Bushiri and he does not care whether he is a true man of God or not but the fact that the prophet uplifted his life provides solid grounds for their relationship.
“Dear brother Evans Piksy Zangazanga, you sing songs of the world praising alcohol, women and worldly things that don’t add value to your life and I don’t quarrel with you or question you. Yet when I sing a song celebrating a man of God who was truly called by God and heaven opens when he pray, you have a lot of things to say.”
“Maybe you didn’t know I worship and praise Jesus Christ and I celebrate prophet Shepherd Bushiri as a man of God / my father. Whether fake or original I don’t care, all I know is that God changed my story from dust to diamonds and he answered me by cash for He alone is a rich God, the God of impossibilities ( Wazatheka bwanji ),” said Onesimus in the post.
The gospel musician then asked Piksy to grow up and encouraged him to start a personal journey with Jesus Christ whom he says makes all things possible.
Onesimus also advised the urban musician to concentrate on being faithful to his family rather than obsessing about him. “Stop being concerned of what I do or who I so do it for rather concentrate on being faithful to your beautiful family, I don’t owe you anything neither do you. “Spend time cuddling with your son than tweeting and posting things that will ruin your reputation as a man. Whenever you need help am here for you,” wrote Onesimus .
His reaction has attracted negative comments from one local urban artist, Revolver, who has ridiculed Onesimus’ behavior.
He joked about it saying: “ngati mwana wa prophet wayambisa beef ine ndi ndani (If a prophet’s son has started dissing others, who am I not to do it).”
Piksy’s Mthunzi song, which is also the title of his latest album, is the only song which has won people’s hearts in his latest album. In the song, the artist says people should worship God and not men of God.
He says the men of God should only play a guiding role on people’s way to heaven.