Boost for Stivo Simple Boy as Eric Omondi comes to his rescue

Popular comedian Eric Omondi has come to the rescue of poor Kenyan rapper Stevo Simple Boy after reading his story went viral.

“I saw the interview and heard their words. My brother’s story is very sad; that is why I am asking the government not to tax content creators. Tunaomba gava wasifinye hawa vijana; hakuna kazi. Tukishatengeneza hizo kazi mnakuja kuchukua hio pesa,” said Eric.

Grace Atieno, Stivo Simple Boy’s wife alleged that the singer does not have any funds at the moment and was struggling to make ends meet.

Eric claimed that he fights for the rights of musicians, content creators and Kenyans in general.

“Tumekuja support Simple Boy na shopping na kuna vitu tumepanga kufanya,” he said.

“I am so happy; grateful to Eric for coming as it was my prayer. Thanks to all Kenyans who are helping us as well,” she said.

Simple Boy also apologised to Eric for a dis track he did to insult him.

Eric now wants Simple Boy to go back to the studio and collaborate n a hit track with upcoming artiste, Ngesh.

Men In Business (MIB) management announced the termination of Stivo Simple Boy’s contract on Monday, June 26.

On June 26, Stivo Simple Boy’s wife accused his management of mistreating the singer and revealed his financial struggles.

MIB outlined a 35-day transition period for the termination, during which all projects will be paused and a lawful process will be followed.

“We would like to notify you that we no longer wish to proceed with our musical contract with you. This letter serves as a notice to you.

Our intent is to terminate the contract in a lawful and in accordance with the protocols. Please note that your cooperation will be needed during this period of transition for smoothing running of the termination process,” said MIB.

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