Krg the Don, a prominent Kenyan celebrity and dancehall artist, recently stirred controversy with his outspoken remarks regarding individuals earning a monthly salary of Ksh. 100,000. During a candid street interview alongside renowned TikToker Kingbizzy, Krg the Don was presented with a seemingly straightforward question: What should the partner of a man earning Ksh. 100,000 per month ideally earn for a harmonious relationship?
To the surprise of many, Krg the Don reacted vehemently to this inquiry, expressing disbelief that a man could earn a mere Ksh. 100,000 per month. In his blunt response, he asserted that anyone making such a meager income was not sufficiently committed to life and labeled them as indolent.
According to Krg the Don, men earning Ksh. 100,000 per month should reconsider pursuing romantic relationships altogether, as this income was deemed insufficient to support a partner. He argued that this amount could hardly sustain a household for even a week, particularly given the prevailing harsh economic conditions.
Krg the Don’s statement, characterized by its sharpness and forthrightness, has elicited significant attention and debate. It is important to note that his comments came at a time when research conducted by a certain organization had revealed that fewer than 100,000 individuals in Kenya were earning a monthly salary of Ksh. 100,000 or more, with the majority of employees earning less than this threshold.
Krg the Don’s candid remarks have sparked discussions about income disparities and the financial challenges faced by many Kenyan citizens. While his comments may be considered controversial, they highlight important issues related to earning potential and economic stability in the country.