Famous Reggae DJ, Mr Nicholas Mugo also popularly known as DJ Moh was arrested last night at Space Lounge Club for displaying a firearm in public.
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This occurred after a photo of him went viral showing the pistol stuffed around his waist and due to the public outrage it attracted the attention of the authorities such as the DCI (Director of Criminal Investigation) The pistol was confiscated on his arrest.
Following Public outcry of a #DJ displaying a Firearm in public, @DCI_Kenya Detectives from #SCPU last night arrested Mr. Nicholas Mugo MWANGI at #SpaceLounge Club, Ngong Rd. A Steyr Pistol & 174 rounds of Ammunitions confiscated. He’s in our custody helping with investigations. pic.twitter.com/rqiDRR5nrD
— DCI KENYA (@DCI_Kenya) August 15, 2019
The arrest also lead to a public outcry of his fans who said that he did not do it intentionally and stated that he was an international DJ whose interest was at heart for the Kenyans as a flag bearer. Other individuals also stated with a little humor that maybe he intended to kill the show.
DJ Moh intention was not to show the gun, the guy who uploaded the photo is the problem. You should only deposit your firearm at the airport or nearest police station when traveling abroad. Most clubs don’t have safes! The outcry is because people think a DJ can’t own a firearm! pic.twitter.com/er2tY5ZZxH
— THE SEASON (@castrofy26) August 15, 2019
On this DJ Moh Spice gun saga, he has his friend @DjKymNickDee to blame for everything. It’s his photo he posted on IG that got him trouble.
Before you rush tu post photos please counter check & seek consent from your friend first. Now look how deep shit he’s in. pic.twitter.com/Tw5CIj9xT5
— Kenya West© (@KinyanBoy) August 15, 2019
This two pictures tells it how kenyan security agencies are pathetic ,descriminative and more so double standards . “Dj moh” did nothing and his gun display wasnt intentional but for top politicians is always but no one can question them . pic.twitter.com/BWUG6W6YW6
— Mkuu Wa Jeshi (@TheDuke_017) August 15, 2019
Im surprised by how Kenyan police do their work. So you arrest based on Outcry. Now i understand why drug cartels exist and run freely until someone is shot and there is an outcry . Lets all cry to have miguna back
— ⚓ZAZA🌊 (@Sw0rdshoe) August 15, 2019
I’ve been to this guy’s gigs. In fact, the day he had that metal I was at his gig. Very sober and amicable dude, this Dj Moh guy. He was shooting pool and taking pictures with fans before playing his set. I’d say he’s a responsible man with that 🔥arm. But that’s just my opinion.
— Steve Kiboi (@keyboysteve) August 15, 2019
After careful analysis of the Dj Moh story, here’s my review:
1. Always buy T-shirts 2 sizes bigger
2. The problem wasn’t that he came with a gun, its that he wasn’t at b-club , milan or kiza(gun friendly clubs) not K1 or J’s
3. It be your own friends who set you up
— Kharioki⚛ (@kharioki) August 15, 2019
Dj Moh story
I would blame the photographer & their social media Manager..
The photographer should have had enough knowledge to know which pictures suits the public n which one shouldn’t see the light of the day. Same to the SM manager his/her work should be cross checking
— Gibons Miller (@itsMillerG) August 15, 2019
Surprisingly, the same netizens who blew the whistle which led to his arrest are the same people who are ranting that he did not expose the gun intentionally.