Five years ago, Nelson Ominde, aka Director Tiger, was a revered name in the East African gospel music industry, having directed music videos for several artists including songbird Gloria Muliro.
The good times seem to be over and the creative young man has found himself on the rocks, a situation that calls for urgent help.
Tiger now a beggar in Mombasa
In a heartbreaking video seen by TUKO.co.ke, Tiger looks disheveled, a far cry from the dynamic producer he was a few years ago.
While sharing the video, Mombasa-based gospel minister Thomas Mwalugha convinced his fans to reach out and help untangle the artist from whatever is tormenting him.
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“I personally met him around Likoni Ferry earlier this year and all he did was ask me for 20 bob. I felt like crying and gave him what I could at that time,” he said.
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According to Mwalugha, it is unwise to let such a youngster who has completed impressive projects go to waste like Tiger is.
Tiger accused Shusho of witchcraft
One of Tiger’s most controversial moments came in 2018 when he accused Shusho of claiming to be holier than you while using witchcraft behind the scenes.
“She was consulting witches to ruin my life. I remember when I arrived with my ex-girlfriend in Dar for work, that’s when things started to fall apart,” he claimed.
The Shusha Nyavu hitmaker poured cold water on the producer’s claims, adding that he needed to undergo a mental exam.
Shusho and Tiger fell out after the former accused the director of losing her KSh150,000 Canon 7D camera.
As compensation, the singer reportedly took his editing machine worth KShs 200,000, after which Tiger accused her of conspiring to kill him.
“Hata mtu awe na mapungufu, hakosi wema. If you did it for Rose Muhando, you can do it for your own director Nelson Tiger. Something has to be done,” Mwalugha pleaded.
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(No matter how many flaws an individual has, they always have a number of positive traits.)
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