Gospel musician Rington Apoko has taken to instagram and claimed that the most learned musicians are very broke. He says that despite Nameless, Savara, Ndovu Kuu and Nadia Mukami holding the biggest degrees in the music industry, they are really broke and struggling with their lives.
Rington also adds that Akothee, who is a school drop out is living large with a lot of money. He says that education does not bring money but discipline, hardwork, sacrifice and being God-fearing is what makes you succeed. He brands himself the richest musician in East Africa.
Several Kenyans have responded to him claiming that it's not true. Ndovu Kuu himself said that he woke up to this and was shocked to see that he is being termed as broke.
Other Kenyans were not even about the message, but his broken English. Under this post, most comments are about how funny his use of English is, and people are actually telling him to learn English first before addressing such issues.
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