Despite the widespread attention generated by news of Stivo Simple Boy’s financial struggles, he revealed in an exclusive interview that no one has actually reached out to offer assistance so far.
Although Mulamwah provided him with Ksh 5,000 and his wife with Ksh 3,000, Stivo mentioned that no one else has extended support. He expressed disappointment, stating that many individuals who had claimed online that they would help did so merely for attention or “clout.”
When asked about the possibility that people couldn’t reach him, he responded by asserting that most of them hadn’t genuinely attempted to get in touch.
He emphasized that if there are genuinely compassionate individuals willing to offer assistance, the specific things they require are furniture for their house, support to start a business for both him and his wife, as well as potential sponsorship or brand partnerships.
The artiste also expressed gratitude to his wife for being the first to notice that he was struggling to make ends meet and informing the public.
He also mentioned facing difficulties in accessing his social media accounts and shared that they are working on retrieving the passwords and logins.
The Haya Basi singer said he would be open to finding a serious manager who would not take advantage of him and could assist him with his music.
Furthermore, he revealed his dream of establishing his own foundation called the Simple Foundation, aimed at helping orphans and those in need.