DJ Fatxo denies financial support from a powerful female politician
Mugiithi artiste, DJ Fatxo, has vehemently denied any connection to a powerful female politician amid ongoing rumours and allegations surrounding the murder of Jeff Mwathi.
The popular musician opened up about the impact these allegations have had on his career.
Since the scandal broke, DJ Fatxo has faced serious repercussions, including the cancellation of numerous shows abroad.
“I have been cancelled for so many shows outside the country after this whole saga. I also need time to strategise,” he revealed.
Despite his fame, the artiste admitted that his music has suffered immensely and he hasn’t received any income for the past three months.
However, he remains optimistic and determined to come back stronger than ever.
“The same God that gave me the favour will give it back. We will come back stronger,” said DJ Fatxo.
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Speaking about the allegations, DJ Fatxo refuted claims that he is receiving financial backing from a mysterious tycoon.
He clarified, “Why are they writing false things about me? I have no money right now. But God has been my provider”.
The artiste also debunked rumours of his alleged relationship with a prominent female politician.
He clarified that they do not have a close relationship and dismissed reports that she has bought his vehicles, a Subaru Forester and a Mercedes Benz.
DJ Fatxo went on to mention that he still owes money to Car Soko, highlighting his financial struggles despite his superstar status.
He also denied allegations that someone in Mwea had also given him the Mercedes Benz.
On being a member of the LGBTQ community, Fatxo said that coming from a deeply spiritual family, certain activities were illegal and against his principles.
He said, “I come from a very spiritual family and doing certain things is illegal. I don’t even have a tattoo, despite my fame, because it’s not legal”.
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