Krispah for those who don't know him, he is a gengetone artist who rose to fame after his song featuring Khaligraph Jones and Boutress Munene became a hit locally and also in Tiktok dance challenges.
The hit song dubbed as "Ndovu ni kuu" had some legal trouble after a popular phrase from it was not liked by some students from a certain school he had mentioned thus making it dropped from YouTube.
It was returned after some legal action were taken. Now taking to his Instagram account, Krispah had a question and answer game with his followers where he was asked questions and of course answering asap.
One fan decided to ask him a very tough one, asking if he was a Illuminati worshipper. The question comes days after the artist was seen enjoying himself in Dubai, so the fan wanted to confirm where the cash came from.
"Ndo nimerigister juzi nangoja waconfirm. Nika process, lakini" He replied sarcastically. Many reacted on the reply with some saying that the fan deserved that kind of answer.
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