Kenyan artist KRG the Don flaunts huge wads of cash
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KRG  The Don has stated than men earning 100K shouldn't date.

The 'Mambo Imechemka' hit maker was asked about his views on money.

IamPrinceJ questioned him on what advice he would provide to a man making sh100,000.

 

An obviously shocked Don responded

"Bro the question is very simple. If you are making 100k, how much should your woman be making?"

KRG rejected the idea because he couldn't see how a man might make Sh100,000.

 

"How can a man make 100k? 100k? You are joking ama you are serious?" he asked.

"100k can't even be enough for a week bro. Kama unajua unatengenza doh kama hiyo hufai ku piga mambo ya mapenzi."

Such guys, he argued, ought to prioritize increasing their income first.

"Leave it alone kabisa, uogope wanawake. For that one you should just buy tokens. Uskiange tu kelele. 100k? Surely in this economy? What can you be doing with 100k?

Why would you even contemplate loving a woman with that kind of money? Haiwezekani bro. People should be making bigger money so that people can start thinking about a woman."

In an interview with Mpasho, KRG predicted that he may be valued close to Sh5 billion in 2022.

The Wano hitmaker named a number of companies as sources of funding for his extravagant way of living.

The celebrity refuted claims that he engages in money-laundering schemes and other questionable commercial practises as well.

“I normally don’t sell my music locally, because people don’t do streams. The biggest consumers of my music are people in the US, Europe then Kenya. Out there is where the money is.

I am in so many businesses. I have business in almost every sector in this country. I’m in Real Estate ( own properties), transport business, I sell cars (several yards), and finally, I'm in the music business. I'm also a brand ambassador of several brands. And on top of that, I'm also a mini-partner in other businesses," KRG the Don explained.

The musician continued by saying that he often spends between Sh100,000 to nearly Sh3,500,000 per month.

“I use like Sh3 million to 4 million in just one month, and this is just personal expenditure, not business related. So in a day, I can use like 100K to 150K. This entails fueling my cars and having lunch with my kids and friends.

The cost of living has gone high and everything in Nairobi is expensive…and the good thing is I work very hard and I didn’t like borrowing so I just have to work for my money and maintain my lifestyle."

KRG was honest enough to disclose with us his monthly expenses during the interview, and the Mpesa records revealed that he had already spent at least 1.7 million in just 15 days. Are you a self-described billionaire? The interviewer made a posture.

KRG replied; “Yes, I am in the billionaires club, when you look at my lifestyle and the people I hang out with its very evident."