Popular Kenyan deejay, George Njuguna, who is popularly known as, Dj Creme Dela Creme, has relocated upcountry after corona virus pandemic cut short the live-hoods of deejays, following the closure of entertainment spots.
The talented decks-master used to be one of the most sought after deejays but after the Government ordered clubs to be shut down to curtail the spread of corona virus, Creme decided to relocate upcountry with his wife and kids, instead of struggling with life in the city.
Dj Creme rocking the party before corona virus pandemic disrupted normal life(Photo/Instagram)
He also revealed that he has ventured into a new business for now, since his main hustle of deejaying has been dealt a blow by the outbreak of corona virus.
Crème has adapted to the upcountry life and he is currently helping his father run an Agro-vet in Kericho towm.
In these photos that he shared, he is seen busy at work with his dad.
‘’Work mode with Dad man.’’ He captioned one of the photos accompanied with smile emojis.
Dj Creme running errands at his dad's agrovet(Photo/Instagram)
He also shared other photos having great time with his family in the village where the air is fresh and life simple.
By just looking at the photos , you can tell they have already adapted to the upcountry life.
Dj Creme enjoying fresh air and simple life in the village with his family(Photos/Instagram)
The celebrated deejay revealed that he is not planning to return to the city although he will still be deejaying.
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