KRG the Don stunned by participants in his smash or pass poll

The musician wanted to know if women would smash or pass him

Piece by: Maureen Waruinge

• The musician complained that men had participated in the poll.

• The rich singer confessed that he was surprised that many Kenyan men were members of the LGBTQ community. 

krg the don smash or pass poll
krg the don smash or pass poll

Yesterday, KRG the Don was trying to actively engage his female audience about his level of attraction, but it appears men also had an interest.

Smash or Pass is a game in which participants vote on whether they would smash (hook up with) or pass (not hook up with) another person.

Bugaa put up a poll on his Instagram to ask his female followers if they would smash or pass him.

But it appears that men were also interested. The singer-cum-socialite reacted sharply demanding to know why there is interest in him from men.

Smash or Pass is a popular game many people of all ages play.

"Why are male followers participating kwa smash or pass poll? Kwani nyinyi wote mko LGBTQ?" he queried his followers

Elsewhere, KRG appeared on Friday nights The Wicked Edition on NTV with Dr. Kingori. The episode was a TBT of him about money, and his amazing outlook on life and more so with money matters.

He spoke about the dumbest thing he has ever done with money. "I do a lot of dumb things with my money."

He confessed he has ever thrown loads of cash at fans to get them excited and sing along. "Saa zingine unaona ma fans hawachangamki vile inafaa."

However, he didnt reveal the amount of money he dished out.

Karuga Kima aka Krg lives life on the fast lane, and also claims fame as Kenyans best singer. He has ever said that he is worth Ksh5billion and made his first million at age 17.

In a past interview with Mpasho’s Dennis Milimo, the 'Wano' hit maker listed several businesses that have been financing his flashy lifestyle.

The star also denied allegations that he participates in money-laundering schemes and other shady business dealings.

“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," KRG the Don explained.

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