“I Drive a Range Rover, What is Sh20k to me?” DJ Mo Responds to Allegations of Receiving Bribe

Gospel music disc jockey Sammy Muraya alias DJ Mo has been forced to give his accuser, an upcoming artist by the name Nexxie, his much-needed moment of fame after the singer accused him of obtaining Sh20,000 for airplay.
The little-known singer first accused the CrossOver 101 show resident DJ two weeks ago, and DJ Mo responded in kind and denied the allegations.
A few days later, Nexxie countered DJ Mo’s by sharing photographic evidence of an M-Pesa transaction of Sh20,000 sent to one Samuel Kanyingi AKA Dj Mo.
The singer narrated how he had skipped some meals and failed to pay rent to raise the amount.
“To them it was, ‘What is 20,000?’ to me it was ‘Everything’.
“I was promised “a raise to stardom” in a period of two months with consistent airplay on high rotation and exposure through interviews.
“I lost my mum when I was only 13 years of age, and since then I promised myself to take care of my now aging father and siblings. So when this opportunity came my way, I had to do all I can in order to raise the amount including not paying rent for that month and skipping some meals.
“To me, it was not just 20,000; it was my whole life,” stated Nexxie.
Nexxie’s remarks have surely attracted the wrath of DJ Mo who took to social media yesterday with a comprehensive explanation of what transpired.
In his Instagram post, DJ Mo unveiled new proof indicating that he had sent the money back to Nexxie’s manager.
Read his post below.
“Nexxie, you’ve been looking for fame through me…hope this shines you the glory you’ve so desperately yearned for. My fans need to know wasup…
Morning watu wangu, I don’t like doing this but allow me to put this one clear. Fame is a bad master and for it..fame, most artists will do anything.
I meet so many people who believe I can help in their musical journey. Also because of my company, system Unit, I honor most meeting because I am always on the lookout for the next big star. Hoping this was one, last year this upcoming artist comes with his manager telling me how famous he wants to be , we talked and I advised him the way that’s a wrong move – he goes home and all of a sudden I see 20k pap on my phone – I sent the cash back to his manager –Joyce Kinyanjui. (screenshot last year Sept) just to be professional.We forgot that story and I started advising him how he in this industry for the wrong reasons – how I have never taken a bribe and so I can’t take his (screenshots) I still keep quiet – all of a sudden he comes back and puts a screenshot of the Mpesa he sent me – not showing the one the money was refunded – hehe he accepts money was reversed to his manager Joyce – 
Once again, I don’t ask artistes for money to play their music. I and other leading DJs know what ills the Gospel industry and one of them is backhandedness where an artist will do anything to get airplay whether the music is bad quality or has no message of hope, salvation, Joy, and Love as expected by the standards of the faith we stand for. To avoid such traps where I am independent, I do not take money from artists. Period. If money is sent to me so as to push a song on any of my platforms, I refund it.
The screenshots above are evidence of that. I recently did a post on this. The guy who purports that I asked to be paid to play his music is clearly on a witch hunt. As Y’all can see, he wants to make a name for himself using the wrong channels. Fame, money, and status is what he’s looking for. He also wants to join System Unit family (see screenshots). Surely, when will the selfishness and hate stop?
I’m not into causing scenes. One thing I’ll assure you all is that I’m done playing nice.”
Swipe below for the screenshots.

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