Kenyan artiste Gabu has advised Kenyans to always accept their lives at whatever point they are in.

This is because life has no guarantees.

Taking to his social media to share the post below Gabu, reminisces on how he had to compromise because he could not ‘afford’ luxuries.

There were times I’d put just ksh1000 worth of gas in my tank, while other times ksh10,000. I’ve had just ksh500 to feed myself and I’ve also had ksh20,000 to go out to eat. I’ve had a house full of food and I didn’t have any.


I’ve been in stores cashing out with no worries and I’ve also had to add it up and put things back on the shelf. I’ve paid my bills in full and I’ve had to pay it late, too. I’ve given money and I too have had to ask for it.

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Gabu pens that as human beings we all have a high and low season but we should not let that bring us down.

We all have highs and lows in life, some certainly more than others, but we’re all just trying to make it. No one is better than anyone else, and I pity those who think that they are.

The P Unit star adds,

No matter how big your house is, how new your car is, or how much money sits in your bank account – we all bleed red and will all die someday. Death has no discrimination; neither should your life.


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Gabu adds,

The people who pretend they love you so much will leave you standing in all the storms just so they can shine… Be kind to others.
We are all here to serve. Stop the power tripping. Your over sized ego wont get you anywhere.
And know that not everyone has the same heart as you…I challenge you to copy and paste this with a picture of yourself. 

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