It became a viral phenomenon after a song titled Ndovu ni Kuu by Krispah, Boutross Munene, and Khaligraph Jones was posted online. Krispah is a Kenyan musician who shot to fame when his song “Rock the Airwaves” became viral in his own country. This article examines the life of Ndovu ni Kuu, the songwriter of the hit song that made him famous, as well as his subsequent legal woes. What’s in store for you?
|Real Name||Christopher Thande Githara|
|Education Level||University Graduate|
|Place of Birth||Kenya|
|Year of Birth||1996|
|Net Worth||Will be updated|
Date of Birth and Birthplace of Ndovu ni Kuu
he was born on January 6, 1996, as the third child in a family of three in Kabete, Nairobi. His true name is Christopher Thande Githara, but he solely used the aliases he had created for the purpose of pursuing a music career. In response to questions about why he picked the slogan “I am an elephant,” he explains that he admires elephants for their power and intellect and hence regards himself as one.
Education and Training of Kuu Ndovu
To qualify for a spot at Kenyatta, Christopher Thande completed his studies at Kahuho Uhuru Boys High School with a B+ mark. In Geospatial Engineering, he was placed. This was not a subject that piqued his interest, so he opted to enroll in an Aeronautical Engineering degree at the East Africa School of Aviation instead.
It’s been a bumpy ride for Kuu.
He began playing instruments and participating in music and theatrical festivals while still a student at Kahuho Uhuru Boys.
With Papa Jones and Boutross Munene, Ndovu ni Kuu, a song inspired by Krispah’s ex-girlfriend Pamela, was published. During their time together at Kenyatta University, Pamela went out of her way to get acquainted with another man while he was at work. When she became pregnant with the man’s child, Krispah was shocked to learn of the news.
The song ‘Ndovu ni Kuu’ was released on May 22, 2021, however, it was taken down from YouTube after just a few weeks because of copyright violations. Defamation lawsuits against the trio and Dexta Briyanka’s infringement claim resulted in the removal of the video, thanks to the rising artist’s efforts. “Mtoto Wangu akiitwa KU nitakataa” is a line from the song. This made the rounds on the Internet, and it appears to have had a detrimental impact on the number of students applying to the school.
In response to the accusations, the trio stated that they will post the video again, despite them.
Personal life of Ndovu ni Kuu
With two older brothers, he grew up immersed in the world of music from an early age. As for his personal life, it is unknown who he is now dating.