After his viral story of refunding money to Kiss FM morning host; Jalang'o went viral back in August this year. The 21 year old Vincent Mboya once again made a controversial resurface few weeks ago, this was after he came out in public begging for help from Kenyans despite refunding Ksh.18,000 to Comedian Jalang'o three months ago. According to Mboya, he had been paid by an unidentified blogger to tarnish the reputation of the radio host and actually felt remorseful for the act.
“I am on a campaign to sanitize my name and admit that I am, and will forever be, grateful to Jalang’o. Everything that I ever said was scripted." Mboya regretted.
Despite vowing during his last interview to behave better if helped again, Mboya has once again raised eyebrows just a day after he was gifted Ksh.10,000 by musician Ringtone Apoko. Apparently, the amount was to be used in clearing Mboya's rent arrears as stipulated by Ringtone.
In a screenshot taken from his WhatsApp status; Mboya was seen making merry at a local pub with a dumbfounding caption alongside his post.
"The first stop over after kupewa 10k. Leo ni watu ni walewe bazu niko na pesa mingi." He captioned.
Well, Ringtone has so far not reacted to the amusing turn of events sparked by the 21 year old. What do you think, should Vincent Mboya request for any help again next time?
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