3. Louis Otieno
The former KTN presenter’s career went on the down slump when he allegedly started imbibing alcohol to get over his life struggles. He has since gone off TV and leads a low profile life off the cameras.
The famed Kenyan rapper opened up about having participated in the post-election violence that rocked the nation in 2007/2008. In a 2013 interview with Mzazi Tuva of Mambo Mseto, the “Bila Mic” rapper said that he saw weapons he hadn’t even seen in horror movies. He also said that he was involved in “kung’oa reli,” which was railway vandalism in his locality, Kibera.