Stivo Simple boy have been among the trending kenya musician for sometime now. He became to limelight after he released his first song popularly known as 'Mihandarati.'
There have been allegations about his life and exploitation by his manager Mr Oyoo. Stivo Simple boy denied allegations during an interview with a local YouTuber Lynn Ngugi.For him life have been better and cannot complain about anything.
" Am doing well despite challenges due to Corona pademic. I have not held any event due to restrictions of Corona protocols. Am releasing my new song in the next few weeks and urge my fans to support." He said.
According to his manager Mr Oyoo he had this to say.
" I have known stivo since 2008 and we have been friends. Stivo is comfortable and I don't exploit him. We try the best to keep him earning through writing proposals to various companies and also memes. We are looking forward for football tournament to support the youths. He said.
Oyoo urged the fans to support Stivo in his upcoming project.
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