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Prezzo And Jaguar Declare A Truce And Choose To Rise Above Their Differences

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Singer and Rapper Jackson Makini also known as Prezzo and Starehe member of parliament Charles Njagua (Jaguar) have finally called a truce after their long standing beef with each other. This comes weeks after Prezzo declared that he has grown from his former ways and he has moved past his issues with Jaguar.

Kama wengi mnavojua mimi na ndugu yangu @jaguarkenya tulkuwa na friction miaka nenda, miaka rudi ila Mungu alitupatanisha tukaamua kusahau yalio pita na focus kwa ya lio mbele. Iam glad we burried the hatchet now lets put in work my brother…. Bless up #Rapcellency

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Met up with my colleague and brother CMB @prezzo254 For long, we chose to walk on different paths despite chasing the same dream. A lot was said over the years, but we have come to the conclusion it is time to rise above our differences and focus on the betterment of our entertainment industry as we prepare ground for those that come after us.

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The two are said to be working on new music at Mainswitch Records which will be Jaguar’s comeback since joining politics.

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Both parties have acknowledged their resolve to forget the past and move on to building the industry.

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Written by Eva Nyambura

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