Comedian David Oyando popularly known as Mulamwah is one of the rapidly growing prospects in the Kenyan industry. Well, despite the mouth watering deals he has always attracted from top companies, the comedian prefers to live a simple life and only major on investments. The creative has always been vocal on personal development and simple lifestyle. To him, luxury comes last.
Today, through a question and answer Instagram session, a fan asked Mulamwah the exact amount he usually pay for his rent. The comedian confidently unleashed his July rent receipt indicating that he had only paid Ksh.9000. Well, most celebrities have always revealed their lavish lifestyles but for Mulamwah, that is not the trajectory he prefers in life.
After the confessions, most netizens and a few celebrities were nonplussed by the revelations made by Mulamwah. Among them was comedian Butita who showed regrets with regards to his expensive lifestyle.
"Waah, pesa yangu ya internet. Mimi naharibu pesa kumbe." Butita stated.
Mulamwah further advised young hustlers to prioritize savings, avoid unnecessary expenditure and strictly live within their means.
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