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Gospel musician flaunts new home dismissing Karen house as a chicken house

Today, the artist has come out in full sarcasm mode as he flaunted another house while playing down the status of the Karen house.

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Ringtone Apoko, the self-styled richest musician in Kenya has come out strongly after reports that the house he was living in has been closed and him thrown out for defaulting rent.

After new broke out, Ghafla went to the said location of the house at Murii gardens in Karen to get a glimpse of the house and check for any confirmation of the reports.

A couple of days later a humble sounding Ringtone would come up with a list of people he has helped in the industry and no one has ever bothered to write about that.

Among the beneficiaries he listed were Bahati and Benachi who have risen to be celebrities in the local scene.

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He demanded better respect from the media before going on to talk about a conspiracy by a number of people out to tarnish his name.

The musician even talked of having carried out an investigation to establish the identities of those behind the negative stories about him in the media.

Today, the artist has come out in full sarcasm mode as he flaunted another house while playing down the status of the Karen house.

In a tone further away from that of previous day, it was more of a chest beating than explaining the situation.

Ringtone showcased a lavishly furnished house while calling the Karen home a place where he reared his chicken. He is clearly not one to keep his pride in check.

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Here is a glimpse of the home Ringtone currently stays and his sarcastic opinion on all the rumors.

Ringtoneapoko The poorest musician in Kenya since independence. Guys saying my small house in Karen where I keep my chicken has been closed. Do better research.

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