Otile Brown responds to claims that Kenyan artists are poor


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The debate that Kenyan artists are struggling to make ends meet despite having endorsements is still on.

This claims have ignted rage among artists who have come out to respond to the issue.

Musician Jacob Obunga popularly known as Otile Brown went on his Instatgram to respond to the critics citing that Kenyan musicians are the most successful in Africa.

Whoever said Kenyan artists are broke must be talking about himself,what I know is that they are busy getting the bag


Otile went ahead and said he is not broke and is one of the richest musicians in the country.

Gengetone sensation KRG The Don on the other hand also maintained that Kenyan artists are not badly off financially.

“Whoever said Kenyan artists are broke must be talking about himself,what I know is that they are busy getting the bag,” said KRG.

Kiss FM radio presenter Kamene Goro however had a different view on the issue, stating that having money is a non issue and that celebrities should accept their status.

“Whether you have money or not should be a non-issue, celebrities we like you just because you are celebrities the amount of money you have doesn’t matter to us,” she said.

She further noted that celebrities should not come out and defend or substantiate their money.



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