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Ni Uongo, Magix Enga admits his Illuminati story was fake, Presenter Ali reacts.

Kenyan music maker Magix Enga has emerged to concede that he took Kenyans on a ride with his viral illuminati story. In a post seen by this author, Enga conceded that the story was phony, asking why Kenyans were all the while giving it consideration, 13 days down the line. The author likewise admitted to have used to the phony story to make a rebound in the music business, in the wake of being away for too long. Upon seeing the admission, YouTuber Presenter Ali who did the viral meeting, gave an assertion separating himself from Enga's manufactured untruths. He additionally apologized to fans and adherents insulted by the phony story.

"I realized the story was phony and its extremely ill bred for him to give us a phony story since we truly do put resources into our creation a great deal. "Furthermore this is only an admonition to all artistes who utilize content makers for clout pursuing, this is stage pointed toward changing the business and the local area in general. To the people who accept this stage as a joke be cautioned we have contributed so a lot, we do a meeting then you go out there guaranteeing it was a joke, that I exceptionally impolite of you," said Presenter Ali to some extent.

On January 17, Magix Enga claimed that his unexpected phenomenon was as consequence of him joining Illuminati. Addressing YouTuber Presenter Ali, Enga guaranteed that he was acquainted with Illuminati by a woman he met at the Junction Mall in Nairobi and inside a couple of days his life was flourishing. Notwithstanding, it has turned out that this was obviously false.

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