Kris Darlin might have lost in the recent ODM nominations but that doesn’t mean he’s now going to whine and cry in a corner.
He still has work to do.
“Life has to go on and I have to do my job as that was what I was before,” he said in an interview with Kenyans.
“I am an entertainer and entertainment never stops. Everyone has to go back to work and live as brothers and sisters by sharing a meal and ideas that will make Kibra a good place. Everyone has to go back to work and live as brothers and sisters by sharing a meal and ideas that will make Kibra a good place.”
The top reggae DJ was kinda left in a nasty place even after pushing hard to win the ODM nominations.
He was fired at NTV —-where he had been hosting the Jam Rock show that airs on NTV every Saturday—- for his involvement in politics. And of course, let us not forget the cash he burned campaigning.
But setbacks are nothing new to Kriss.
He defied all odds and rose from poverty to become a top, well connected and moneyed DJ.
In a birthday message to self on Instagram, Kriss prayed for more courage and determination, a pair that has fueled him thus far.
“It’s my BIRTHDAY yeeeees… May I be blessed with the determination and courage to never give up on my dreams, I wish for good fortune in my life and great happiness that never ends.”
Nothing but respect for Kriss Darlin.