One Of My Silver Teeth Is Ksh 5000, So Do The Math - Boutross

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By  | Jan 30, 2023, 06:03 PM  | Top of The

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Singer, Rapper, and Producer Kevin Mwebia Munene on Monday, January 23, 2023, claimed that one of his silver teeth cost a whooping Ksh 5000.

Speaking on Radio Presenter Obinna’s Youtube Kula cooler show, Boutross made the statement and stated that it is something he always wanted to be able to do and he changed his teeth as soon as he got the opportunity.
Doing the math, if he bought all 32 silver teeth that may have cost him a minimum of Ksh 160,000.

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The hitmaker is known for many songs including Angela, Yea Yea, woo, Ithaa just to mention a few.

At the age of twelve, he began rhyming and doing freestyles. As a child, he participated in talent competitions all across Nairobi, particularly in Highrise Estate, where he spent the majority of his time.
He attended Highrise Basic School in Mbagathi for his primary education, then St. Martin High School and Igwanjau Secondary School in Meru for his secondary education.

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When Boutross first discovered his love for music, he was only 12 years old and had just lost his father. Since he had not yet developed a strong bond with his father, his memories and recollections of him are few.He began professionally pursuing music in 2013. After years of hustling and intense hard work honing his skill, Boutross finally got his big break in 2015 when he was exposed to a wider hip-hop audience.
He participated in the Homeboyz Radio Jumpoff in 2015, which is a fantastic platform that provided him the chance to gain exposure as a professional rap artist.

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His songs were included in the Homeboyz Radio's standard rotation.

Fame has its own angels and demons that can really place you in a difficult situation from which you can't seem to escape.
Many artists have struggled with drug addiction, while others have succumbed to alcoholism and died or were pitifully impoverished.

For Boutross, the path of heroin addiction took him down a dark path from which he fought to emerge.

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Don't get me wrong; he was a functioning addict, but thank God his addiction hadn't yet gotten to that point.
He was experiencing what every well-known young artist goes through; they don't need to go through all of these things, but they inevitably fall into the peer pressure trap.

Things include the urge to always be on, even when you're feeling down, the need to belong to a particular group of people, or the need to project an image that will endear you to others.

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Boutross was fortunate to have the AD Family, a trustworthy team who also genuinely cares about his well-being, supporting him.
They supported him while he struggled to maintain his sobriety, and fortunately, he did not stray too far and end up needing rehab.

All due to his genuine friends and family who tried their best to stop him before it was too late.

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