• KRG says people have visited his mum asking her to push him to allow him join politics.
• He is in politics though not directly.
Krg The Don says he won't be joining politics any time soon.
According to him, politics is a full time job adding he isn't ready to leave the kind of life he currently has.
He was speaking during an interview with Massawe Japanni.
"I can't join politics right now.
Most people push me to join. Even in Naivasha people have visited my mum more than 10 times asking me to vie as their member of parliament.
I have young kids to take care of and business to run.
When you are in politics you are there to stay, your life changes.
I am not ready to throw away the life I have."
KRG added that for now he is just mpenzi mtazamaji
"Truth be told even politicians are there looking for money.
I earn more than politicians, so I am contented.
I am in politics it's just that I am not in it directly."
KRG recently introduced her mum to social media.
He thanked her for always being there for him.
KRG was attending the burial of his childhood friend along with his last-born son Naem and was joined by his mom who accompanied him to pay his last respects.
Other influential people who joined the artist for the burial include Lang'ata Member of Parliament, Jalangoo, and Embu MP.
Captioning the post he wrote, "My mom made sure we paid our last respects to my childhood friend David Ole Maitai Lekini who was laid to rest after battling an illness for some time now. #RIP Lekini," Krg's post read.