How many washed-up athletes, sportsmen
Let’s be real; becoming a successful artist in Kenya is harder than climbing Mount Everest.
Kenyans always take their talents for granted until the day they draw their last breath.
Now that he’s gone, we crawl out of our pathetic dens to send condolences to his family and reminisce on the good
Classic Kenyans. Always jumping ship the minute things go south.
We’re even worse than the corporate music companies in the west that only appreciate an artist when he or she is relevant.
Kantai should be given a hero’s sending.
As for Kenyans, we need to rethink our policies with athletes and musicians who fell from grace.
They need to be compensated for their generous contributions to the entertainment and sports industry.
Not just when they are relevant!