Former Starehe MP Charles Njagua aka Jaguar was listed among the top 10 richest artists in East Africa by Forbes in 2023.
Jaguar came at number 7 with a net worth of $7 million. In Kenya, he was the second richest artist after Akothee whose net worth was said to be $7.6 million. Akothee was number 4 in East Africa.
Jaguar has however rubbished the list saying that he can’t be defeated by Akothee and Tanzanian Bongo singer Harmonize who was listed at number 8.
According to him, Forbes focused on things they have seen but that would not be the actual results had they gone deep into details.
He added that he would quit music and his CAS position if Akothee and Harmonize are wealthier than him in the actual results.
“What I can say is thanking God for the far he has brought me. If you look at the list I have been in the industry for more than 15 years. But I swear if Akothee and Harmonize are wealthier than me, I can quit music. They pick things they see like Range Rovers. I have done a lot of things, I am not bragging but if they go into details, I can even resign from being a CAS,” Jaguar said.
After a long hiatus, Jaguar recently made a music come back. He recently dropped a song titled unthinkable featuring Tanzanian artist Lava Lava.
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