Dancehall artist KRG the Don recently discussed his strained relationship with the “Takataka” hitmaker, Alvindo.
During an interview on Mseto East Africa, the musician disclosed that Alvindo, known for the hit song “Takataka,” became distant and even attempted to stab him.
When asked about Alvindo’s current whereabouts, KRG revealed that he had no idea, as several years had passed since their last encounter.
The father of four further explained that Alvindo began carrying knives, attempting to stab him, accusing the musician of making money from his songs without sharing the proceeds.
“Alinichangia nilimtolea ile ngoma ‘Takataka,’ akaona yeye niostaa knishinda mimi, akanza kubeba na visu anasema atanindunga ati mi nimetengeneza pesa na mziki wake,” stated KRG.
KRG also disclosed that their separation occurred after Alvindo accused him of being an Illuminati member and attempted to assault him at his studio, with DJ Lyta and DJ Vans as witnesses.
“Akaanza kusema ati mtaani kule ametoka hao watu wanamuambia nimetengeneza hela nyingi sana ati hizo magari mi huendesha ni pesa yake oooh, ati nmeingia illuminati, sijui nimeuza song yake vitu mingi tu, Yaani DJ Lyta ni shahidi wangu, DJ Vans na DJ Lyta tukiwa huko studio kijana alikuja anataka kunipiga… Lyta ndio akaniambia KRG usimpige mwache hajui anafanya nini mwache tu nikamfukuza kijana nikamwambia asijaribu kurudi en hapo,” narrated KRG.