Flamboyant city preacher Rev. Lucy Natasha has come to the aid of struggling Twendi Twendi hit-maker Justina Syokau.
Syokau recently made a passionate appeal for help from well-wishers after falling into financial distress, having spent every coin she had on treatment.
The gospel singer narrated how a misdiagnosis ended up destroying her liver, which saw her hospitalized for weeks with the medical bill hitting the roof.
“I was broke and I told my house help to sell my household items so we can raise funds. I sold my clothes and shoes to offset the hospital bill,” said Syokau, a single mother of one.
On Sunday, Rev. Natasha visited Syokau and donated Sh50,000 in cash, and also helped raise an additional Sh150,000 through her Facebook page. The cleric also promised to buy her household stuff for three months.
Syokau rose to national fame following her Twendi Twendi hit song, in which she declared 2020 would be a prosperous year.
Following her appeal for help, some Kenyans on social media reminded her to remain humble, citing her utterances in September 2020 where she stated that she cannot date a broke man.
At the time, the artiste bragged how she had invested in real estate and was living a good life, saying she cannot entertain a broke man. She also indicated that she had hired bodyguards to protect her.