Peter Miracle Baby, musician [Photo/Instagram]
His official name is Peter Mwangi. He is one of the biggest names in the Kenyan music scene, and one of the most loved, I must say.
Probably the most identifiable member of the celebrated Gengetone music group Sailors, this young man's story can make you shed tears.
Peter was a street boy before managing to land a job as a mortuary attendant. He then worked as a Kikuyu language comedian before getting his big break in music, together with four other members of the Sailors group; Qoqos Juma, Lexxy Yung, Masilver and Shalkido.
Throwback photo of Miracle Baby and how he looks like now [Photo/Instagram]
They are responsible for such hit songs like Jesu Ni Mwathani, Wakiritho, Wainame, Queen B, Nyandus, Wikendy, Pekejeng, among others.
Peter took to his Instagram page to share a throwback photo with the caption, 'Reason si argue no mtu hajui journey yangu', which directly translates to 'this is the reason I don't argue with someone who doesn't know my journey'.
This photo collage has really moved people online and even one fan narrated how she knew Peter when he was still a street boy. The musician encouraged the lady to share the story for fans to read, which she did.
Here are some other reactions to the post;
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