Jalang'o
Jalang'o
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When you see Jalang'o living his best life, let him enjoy it because it has not been easy for him.

He has hustled his way up from being a fisherman to getting arrested numerously on his day to day hustle life.

Speaking on The Morning Kiss with Kamene, Jalas said he has spent a couple of nights in a cell.

kamene and jalas
kamene and jalas
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"There was a time kulala ndani was like everything. When I used to hustle really hard. It even got to a point I went to Nairobi Aviation, bought prospectors and but it in my hustle bag so that when the police come to arrest me I show then I am a student. I have been in the cell for loitering and then you are released and told to wash Central Police Station, sweep and all then go back in. Domestic work in the cell. I have gone to court twice. One was when Caroline and I and Larry were arrested the while day in Langatta. We write statements pon statements with so many calls coming in. At that time I am looking at myself thinking no one is calling me.

My mother cried the whole day worried about me. But during my hustle days, I slept in a cell so many times." Jalas narrated

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Kamene did not want to talk much about the day she was in a cell. But best believe she will never want to go back there. She even told Jalas that she will never take one for him if it involves her going to a cell as Caroline Mutoko did.

"I've been in a cell once. That experience was enough to put the fear of God in me." She said

Just to remind you, Kamene had once told her listeners the story of her being caught by cops early in the morning on her way to work.

She had apparently been drinking the previous night and was still tipsy on her way to work before she was stopped by traffic police and was told to take an alcohol breathalyzer test.

Kamene and Jalas on KissFm
Kamene and Jalas on KissFm
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The result from the test was found to be higher than what is prescribed in law so she was taken to a cell but it did not take long, she was released. And she vowed to never go back there.

Callers had very interesting stories on the day they were arrested narrating their traumatic experiences to the interesting reasons why they found themselves on the wrong side of the law.