Clout chaser Vincent Mboya, a young man who made headlines after ungrateful returning Sh 18,000 gifted to him by popular radio presenter Jalang’o has once again hit the controversy charts after weeping citing mistreatment from celebrities.
In a fresh video making online on social media, Mboya can be seen crying out loud while accusing musician KRG the DON and comedian Eddie Butita for treating him like a nobody.
“Everywhere you go you are calling me trash, there is no problem. God is seeing everything,” he said.
According to the professional clout chaser, he has nothing against the celebrities and all he is doing is pushing him brand to the next level.
Mboya further stated that he will remain strong and will not be brought down by anyone and will continue entertaining Kenyans.
“I don’t have any problem with anyone in Nairobi I am just trying to push my brand. “As long as I am not attacking someone in a negative way I will keep doing this. I have never spoken negatively about their families, it is not personal,” he said.
Well this followed hours after he was chased by Krg and Butita while invading an interview at the parliament.
Butita and Krg had visited Eric Omondi, who locked himself up in a box outside Parliament to compel MPs to pass a bill supporting local music. The Bill seeks to have 75 per cent of local music being played.
“What is this one doing here?” KRG inquired after noticing Mboya standing behind them.
“We want 75% local, not abnormal.” Butita can be heard adding on.