Moses Kathotho better known as Krispah, who is a music producer and a musician too. He recently gained fame after releasing a hit song tilted 'Ndovu Kuu' which has over 1.5 Million views on his YouTube Channel.
But what most of us did not know about Ndovu Kuu Hitmaker, is that he once suffered because of love back in 2015 at Kenyatta University. Krispah revealed through an Interview with Philip Momanyi on Tuko Talks. He stated that he almost sold his father's land because of woman he deeply felt in love with, who later Cheated on him with another man.
"As a fresher at the University of Kenyatta I felt in love with a lady whom l really loved. And to those who do not know my latest song is a true story about my past relationship. I felt in love with a lady by the name Pamela. My love for the lady tempted me to sell my father's land, not knowing that the lady that I loved was cheating me with another man."
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