Music producer Magix Enga confirms ‘all ain’t well in his life’
Music Producer Njenga Chege alias Magix Enga conceedes all is not well.
In a Facebook post, the talented producer also asked for forgiveness from ‘anyone he has ever wronged’.
“I do not understand anything,” he explained in a social media post.
“I am not okay. I apologize to whoever I wronged. More love to all of you.”
The message comes weeks after a recent video indicated the once-famous producer is in a disoriented, depressed and broke state.
In the video, the disheveled producer is seen seated on a trunk, barefoot, scantily dressed, and seemingly in deep thought.
Incidentally, the turnaround in the media personality’s fortunes comes a year after he suggested in an interview he accumulated so much wealth aged 24.
He has in the past also confessed to joining Illuminati, before quitting for spiritual salvation.
Illuminati is a secret cult.
“I decided to get saved after some issues started coming up in my life,” Magix Enga told YouTuber Ali.
He stressed that people should never dismiss Illuminati because it was real and it was out of joining the cult that he bought his first car.
Asked why he decided to join Illuminati, he said he was broke at the time before he met the woman who promised to better his life.
The woman reportedly made a call to an America-based producer who assured him that things would work out so well for him in a span of two months.
The musician further claimed that he used to give blood sacrifices and this would make him richer.
In October 2022, the music producer said that he had made a decision to turn over a new leaf by shaving his head and also quitting drugs.
The renowned producer cum musician, recently divulged in an interview with Mungai Eve how he has transformed; from shaving off his signature dreads, to quitting drugs.
His main reason for shaving and quitting drugs, he claims, is to inspire young ones who are upcoming in the entertainment industry, and look descent.
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