Kenyans React After Arrow Bwoy Revealed This Piece of News
By 3west | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
Arrow Bwoy, a Kenyan artist and music writer who is most famous due to various hitsongs including "Jango love", has today revealed that Chris Brown and 50 cent, are his good friends.
He revealed this while speaking on Radio Maisha. When the host of the show demanded for evidence of him speaking to the two International musicians, he declined stating that there were cameras at the scene and thus he was kind of uncomfortable.
In the interview, he also revealed that, he spent roughly two million Kenyan shillings for his latest music project called "Fashionista". This left many surprised as this figure is huge owing to this tough Corona times.
He, however, stated that the sum is that high because the Director was from a foreign country, that is Brazil, and that he paid close to 500 dollars to the video vixen, Sharlene Anyango, who appeared in the video.
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