Krg the don is one of the famous and richest dancehall artists in Kenya. He has become more popular due to his claims that he is rich and how he uses more than 100, 000ksh per day.
Speaking in an Interview with Plug Tv, Krg said that he has not built his own mansion, but the house he is currently living is worth 500 Million Kenyan Shillings, and it can only be afforded by rich people, peasants can't live in a place he is living.
Krg said that in the next two years, he is planning to invest wisely and buy the all area including the neighbourhood of the place he is living and build there a very big mansion. For those who don't know, Krg the don is among the few Kenyan artists who own live in Lavington, which is among the posh estates in Nairobi County. The estate where most rich people live.
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