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Please stop using my name – Jalang’o warns man who begged for Ksh18,000 rent

By Naomi Njoroge On Tue, 7 Sep, 2021 17:15 | < 1 min read
A collage of Vincent Mboya and Comedian Jalang'o: PHOTO: [Screengrab]

Media personality and comedian Felix Odiwuor, alias Jalang’o, has issued a stern warning to 22-year-old Vincent Mboya for trying to profit off his brand and riding on it to chase clout.

The two have been on a back to back and Jalas is now arguing that he is maximising the opportunity to make a quick buck.

In an Instagram post uploaded by a gossip page, Jalango and Mboya were chatting on Instagram DMs.

“Boss, I want to warn you of hii ujinga umeanza. Please stop using my name. Just don’t. This is the last time I’m telling you this,” he noted.

This comes after Mboya asked Jalang’o to go for his money citing the embarrassment he received when the radio presenter lectured him on the need to work his way out in ensuring he fend for his needs.

The 22-year-old said he could not refund the cash through a mobile transaction because he was uncertain whether Jalang’o had a pending Fuliza loan that could see the money deducted from his mobile money account.

When asked why he couldn’t send the money directly to his phone number, Mboya replied; “ningejuaje ako na Fuliza?”

“Unajua unaeza tumia mtu pesa upate imekatwa na Fuliza. Kwanza yeye mwenyewe hakunitumia kwa Mpesa straight, he sent to the bank (You know you can send money to someone and it is directly to his Mpesa account and his deducted by Fuliza. In fact, he did not send the money to my Mpesa),” he added.

Mboya went viral for asking Jalang’o to go for a Ksh18,000 rent donation and later daring to refund the cash.

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