Unemployment sometimes is not a bad idea at all, since some people get to know their inner strengths and abilities. A man who started out having nothing disclosed to the world how he made his first million and how he saved it to achieve the things he has today. Talking during an interview with MC Jesse, Man named Kush who is a street comedian explained that he made his initial millions moments before having his last born child.
Being under pressure to be the best dad ever, going out and selling more became his everyday strength, Kush revealed that he was forced to go out even when he saw rain. All because the family he started, he exposed that most of his cash he made from selling music tapes in Nairobi and other parts of the country. At first business was slow and discouraging until the day people got used of his marketing he said.
Since then making money was a walk in the park, he said even though he was making a lot from selling CDs his wife had no idea there was cash under the mattress. Man Kush sent out powerful message during an interview on Citizen TV, he stated that women cannot love as they “were not created” to do so. He said men are the ones who were gifted to love them, that is why women runaway whenever they wish to.
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