Many times creatives have found themselves behind bars from time memorial. Some for violent activities, some for drug trafficking and abuse, others for illegal gun and weapon possession, and others for theft and burglary among others petty and serious crimes. These in turn get to have serious impact on their lives mostly the negative way, however sometimes such experiences get to give others positive inspiration.
‘JIRANI’ hit maker Raphoclints is not a different case. He joins the endless list of Kenyan youth who have been arrested, booked and served for crimes they didn’t commit. The musician has kept this a secret since his rise to stardom .His arrest comes a couple of months ago just before he became a household name and TikTok bigwig where he is co supported by his wife Marylinda.
The new song titled “JELA” which is scheduled for Friday March 17th released talk matters life in prison or behind bars and tends to inspire many fellow youth who have fallen victim of the same.
Instead of staying bitter about his situation, he decided to use his talent to cover up for his sorrows and agonies despite his unending court mentions and sessions over the unclosed case.Its quite impressive a how he juggles his time between the courts, Twitter, personal businesses and studio.
Raphoclints is happy to share his unfortunate story with the world to both inspire and entertain and he equally joins the bandwagon of global acts who have turned their misfortunes into success stories.
Standby for Friday March 17th when JELA by Raphoclints will be dropping. Ring his YouTube notification bell and standby for digital platforms where the song shall be pinned.