Boredom is bad, it can make you become a rapper. Come to Malindi Instead and learn how to build something real. Trending has a timeline but you don't. Our best is yet to come and no one is excluded. So, if you are in any kind of business, music, or art, your best is coming. Keep it up." These are the words of Diana Marua's former business partner Chicco Waweru.
Chicco is a Kenyan businesswoman, farmer, and entrepreneur. She is the founder of Limavest Limited, a liability incorporated company that mainly deals not only in the business of selling land affordably but also utilizing it by farming pineapples on large scale to maximize the full potential of the land.
Her message comes two days after Diana joined the music industry as a rapper. She even released a debut song and this saw her trend in all social media platforms.
The duo broke up after Diana exposed her company for allegedly scamming one of her followers Ksh 700,000. She however responded to her explaining her side of the story.
Below is her post
Courtesy of Nairobi Gossip Club
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