The deputy president is on a hot soup after he is spotted with an expensive watch and shoe during the KTN interview. The deputy president has been associating his self with the hustler narrative by stating that he belongs to hustler nation.
While sparking in the interview, Ruto has been spitted with an expensive shoe and watch which worth millions of money. Kenyans has bursted at the deputy William Ruto to stop using the hustler narrative for his personal gains.
This move by Ruto to appear in an interview with an expensive shoe might likely handle him into trouble after indicated he is a hustler but I real sense he looks like a dynasty.
Apart from that, the kind of dressing style the deputy president portrayed shows that he is a dynasty not an hustler. According to the hustlers dressing style, the kind of clothes the deputy president has indicate he is a rich guy. The deputy has been warned over using the hustlers nation because a hustler cannot buy s watch worth millions of money.
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