Billionaire KRG The Don has for the first time discussed in detail the source of his great wealth.
Despite being largely unknown in the music industry KRG is known to eat life with a big spoon.
Speaking on the podcast ‘Iko Nini’ , the artist made it clear that he is really a billionaire and not a joke as many have been taking him every time he says that he is the richest musician in the country.
Despite the singer not having much success musically, he has been seen driving around in heavy and expensive cars while eating at various prestigious places, which has been raising many questions from some Kenyans questioning his wealth.
With his luxurious lifestyle and flashy persona, fans have long been left to speculate on how the artist made his millions. However, in a recent interview, KRG finally revealed the truth behind his financial success.
“I inherited all my grandparents’ wealth. My grandmother gave my mother her blessings and told her that the child that would be born after her death would inherit all her wealth,” KRG said.
This revelation sheds light on how the singer was able to make his first million at the young age of 17.
According to KRG, the money he makes from music is just peanuts compared to what he earns from his other businesses.
In addition to his inheritance, KRG has also ventured into various business ventures, including supplying sand and ballast for the construction of the Standard Gauge Railway (SGR). KRG’s involvement in the SGR project gave him the opportunity to build his wealth even further.
“I was given a tender to bring sand and ballast from Makindu to Kiwi, and I built all that,” KRG said.
KRG has built an impressive portfolio of properties and businesses, spanning industries such as transport, construction, and tourism. In a past interview, he spoke candidly about his various ventures.
“My money comes from business. I am into construction. I have a company that builds roads and buildings together with my partner. I also have a tour and travel business where we do ticketing, safaris, and car hire,” KRG revealed.
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