The out spoke musician Ringtone Apoko has finally come out clear and declined the rumors that his source he has been amassing wealth through prohibited business deals. However the extrovert denied the spreading allegations of taking people's property during an interview at Kiss 100 whereby he openly mentioned his business dealings as selling CDs and touring schools stating that, through such he ends up pocketing Ksh. 500,000 a week.
"You want to say the Government of Kenya is not working? That I would break the law and I am not arrested? Those are just jealous people who do not want to use their heads...Jalas I met you 10 years ago when I used to tour 10 schools per week. Every school I would go I got more than Sh 500,000. Those are the people that gave me the money," Rington revealed. Moreover the artist Rington has amassed a number of mansions in the fast-growing Runda and Karen Estates. Disclosing further Rington aired that he however had to look for alternate sources of income after the music industry claimed very steep competition.
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