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‘Watu Walisema Nakaa Nyati’- Stivo Simple Boy Explains Origin Of His Slang ‘Inauma But Itabidi Uzoee’

April 16, 2021 at 09:50
'Watu Walisema Nakaa Nyati'- Stivo Simple Boy Explains Origin Of His Slang 'Inauma But Itabidi Uzoee'

Musician Stivo Simple Boy has disclosed the hardships he underwent before making it in the music industry. The ‘Mihadarati’ hitmaker has been subject to cyber-bullying, but this hasn’t deterred him from pursuing his musical career.

His unique appearance has been criticized by most people, some even comparing him to different animals like buffalo and monkeys. The musician discloses that it’s due to this criticism that he came up with his slang ”inauma but itabidi uzoee”. Simple Boy had to get used to people criticizing him about his looks.

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In an interview with Jessy, Stivo also disclosed he dropped out in class 8. This was due to lack of school fees. Afterwards, his parents allowed him to move from their rural home in Oyugis to Nairobi, with his brother.

He did various manual works including ‘mjengo’, becoming a watchman, among others.

Even though not most people believed he would not make it in music, including his family, Simple Boy held on and believed in himself. He’s now one of the most influential musicians.

Simple Boy’s story is inspirational. The fact that he didn’t give up even though most didn’t believe in him shows that self-belief is enough.

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