Akon is a Senegalese-American singer who is currently a dual citizen. The legendary singer first rose to the limelights and got fame in 2004 after releasing his single called, "Locked Up." Akon has since then dropped so many songs which were hits during the times of late Michael Jackson.
He claims to have six children with three different women who he dated. The most popular ones are Ali and Alliana who are now grown ups. Therefore, Akon is now a very wealthy musician with a net worth of roughly Ksh 8Billion. However,his recent post on social media has raised eyebrows.
Akon said that he was much happier when he was poor compared to now that he is wealthy. He said most people may fail to understand this but it is a fact that he went through poverty. He understands how it feels like but he now prefers those days.See the world's reactions:
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