SWEET ESCAPE

Majirani now a mjengo worker

He is studying and hustling in Poland after quitting music in January

In Summary

• Majirani said his life is better since no one knows him or looks down on him there

Singer Majirani
Singer Majirani
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Rapper Majirani has relocated to Poland, where he got a scholarship and a job as a construction worker.

Speaking to Word Is, Majirani said his life is better since no one knows his brand there and no one looks down on him.

"It makes me feel more comfortable than working in Kenya," he said.

"The entire Kenyan music industry has people who want to be worshipped and I have chosen to fail musically rather than do what they want. Sitaki."

Majirani's life went down the drain after he got broke.

"You guys know me and what happened to my football club," he said.

"I experienced a lot during that time from the mockery and rejection. I lost so many friends because no one cares whether you were a big celebrity before or still are. But I never lost myself."