Gospel singer Alex Apoko alias Ringtone threatened to take legal action against Tanzanian singer Juma Jux and his musical counterpart Otile Brown over their new song Regina.

Ringtone explained that the song incorporated the word 'Messiah' to refer to a woman, which, according to him, goes against Christian teachings.

"Ladies and gentlemen, my name is Ringtone, the gospel activist, the gospel chairman and today I'm here to say we are very angry with two artists, Jux and Otile Brown. These two have sang a really controversial song. A worldly, demonic song that praises women and likens them to the Messiah.

So this Otile Brown and Jux song should actually be banned because it is blasphemous. How do you call a woman Messiah? Be defeated. As Christians we are really angry and want to say you as secular musicians should not misuse God's name. Messiah is God alone.


As Christians we are really not pleased and I think we are contemplating suing you and banning that song because it is misusing the name of Jesus. Jesus is the only Messiah and we are really displeased by what you did. Otile Brown, we are angry, we are very very angry," Ringtone shared.

This is not the first time that Ringtone has called out musicians for their 'controversial' songs, which, according to him, go against Christian values.

A few months ago, the vocal social media personality attacked Willy Paul and Nadia Mukami over their song Nikune on claims that the lyrics were too sexual.

He even asked the Kenya Film Classification Board chairman Dr. Ezekiel Mutua to ban the song.