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Prince Mwiti reveals millions of shillings he makes from videos uploaded on his TikTok account


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Digital content creator Prince Mwiti has expressed his deep affection for creating content on TikTok and vowed never to quit the platform, despite losing his previous account, which boasted over 240k followers.

Mwiti’s sentiments come shortly after the controversial 28-year-old TikToker lost his account. Undeterred, he promptly opened a new one and took to TikTok Live to address his alleged haters who celebrated his loss. In a fiery response, Mwiti proudly boasted about the substantial earnings he had accrued from the social media app.

“Congratulations. The money that I have made from that account is a lot of money. It was a very beautiful account,” Mwiti exclaimed, showcasing screenshots from his PayPal account, revealing earnings amounting to millions of Kenyan shillings.

Even with his previous account hacked, Mwiti remained resolute in his commitment to TikTok, emphasizing that it is an integral part of his life. According to the PayPal screenshot, Prince Mwiti had accumulated $36,921.93, equivalent to approximately Sh.4.8 million.

Undeterred by setbacks, Mwiti affirmed his resilience, declaring, “I’m sorted, thank you very much. Let us start afresh. Here is the money; it’s in my PayPal. You all thought I lost it; I’m very unstoppable,” as he encouraged people to support his new account.


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