Recently Edgar Obare exposed several Kenyan celebrities who involve themselves in unscrupulous businesses to earn a living. There were very many popular musicians, comedians and businessmen the likes of Jalang'o, Chris Obure, Babu Owino, KRG the Don, Shaffie and Prezzo who were mentioned. Basically, it was said that these guys involve other friends to get illegal money easily. Seems like Jalang'o couldn't stand these accusations. Today he decided to talk about the matter while in Kiss 100 studio alongside co-host Kamene Goro. Jalang'o really denied these allegations claiming he has never been involved in any fraudulent or money laundering activities. Jalang'o said that many people accused him of using the "washed" money to build his mansions in Siaya and Kitengela. The radio presenter claimed that he can assure everybody there's no project he has made with illegal money. Jalang'o said he gets money through Jalang'o TV, radio job, comedies and he's also a brand ambassador in five companies. Jalang'o dared those who claim he's involved in fraudulent activities to come and say any business which they caught him doing that is illegal.
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