Among the richest musicians in Kenya, gospel artist Ringtone Apoko is not an exception. The guy drives the best flashy cars in town and owns a multimillion home in Runda. He also owns a number of other properties.
However, his fellow celebrities claim that his source of income is not known since music alone cannot do him that. An example is what Abraham Mutai recently claimed that he is a Wash Wash and fake Gold businessman.
Today at midnight, Mr. Chairman posted a certain video where he was showing off his watch. He said that it is made of pure gold rose and that he doesn't deal with fake things. He said, "Umbwakini hatuwezi." This sounds hilarious right? Below is the link for you to enjoy the video too:
However, his fans have shown up in numbers in the comments section each with their own talk. Some have rebuked him that he is a wash wash man. Some have asked him how he gets his money, and some have just been inspired. Check out the reactions below:
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