“I was a street boy before I moved to washing dead bodies at a morgue” Sailors member reveals

Just like most celebrities we have come to hear of; members of Sailors group have also shared their stories before the fame and money.

Well, having grown up in the ghetto the members say that life was not so easy as they struggled through out.

Speaking to radio presenter Antoneoul during an interview, Miracle baby opened up about his struggles as a street boy and working at a morgue. Miracle baby opened up saying;

Miracle Baby was a street urchin before he landed a job as a morgue attendant.


“Nikiwa myoung nilikuwa chokosh halafu nikaanza kudu kwa mortuary kuwaosha. After that nikaanza kuuza mawe pale ndederu ndio maana mi nikipiga ngoma na energy sitaki kurudi huko walai. Ni kubaya,”

Sailors open up

He went on to add that he also tried Kikuyu stand up comedy but with time God opened doors for him judging from how successful he is together with his ‘brothers.’


The groups hype man, Qoqosjuma also shared his story saying that he used to make hair and at the same time tried comedy. The other member, Shalqido talked about his hustle as a matatu tout and lastly Masilver who worked as a construction worker (Mjengo).

But through it all the boys continue to take over the Kenyan entertainment industry with their new Genge vibe!

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