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If Akothee & Harmonize Are Wealthier Than Me, I’ll Quit Music’- Jaguar


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Jaguar has recently been on the limelight after he showed off what his money is all about. After being appointed CAS Ministry of Youth and Sports, Jaguar is still making it big.

Despite getting criticism from netizens that he’s embezzling taxes, Jaguar claims he’s actually wealthy and has done a lot himself over the years.

We’re well aware that Jaguar started music several years ago; but he has been quite inactive over the years, especially after getting a role in the government, until recently, when he released a song featuring Tanzanian musician Lavalava.

There’s always the colloquy on which musician is richer than the other. You’d remember how Diamond was pissed after he wasn’t ranked in Forbe’s richest musicians in East Africa.

Anyway, Jaguar has also been disenchanted to be ranked below Akothee and Tanzanian musician Harmonize. He divulged in a recent interview that he’s ready to quit music if Akothee and Harmonize are richer than him.

He further stated that he’s ready to quit his current CAS job if they’re indeed richer than him.


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