By Judith Gicobi
Otile Brown, an R&B musician, has refuted accusations that he obtained money illegally.
This is in response to allegations made by an unnamed fan that the well-known singer got his Sh70,000 through deception.
The Mapenzi Hisia singer responded to these accusations by asserting his innocence in his Instagram stories.
“I cannot con a fan, where would I even start? How can I con a woman money, especially one that’s a fan? I am a God-fearing man and there are some things I would never do. I have been blessed enough not to go around conning people, not just women but men as well,” said the singer.
Then Otile Brown, whose real name is Jacob Obunga, described how recently a fan had contacted him and asked to be reimbursed Ksh 70,000, an amount the fan claims the artiste conned him.
“God has blessed me enough that I can provide for myself everyday. If you have been conned, I suggest you follow up with the authorities instead of accusing people falsely. There’s another person who insulted me the other day saying I had conned him Sh 70,000,” he said.
He added saying; “How can I jeopardize my reputation for Sh 70,000?”
The singer’s first-ever endorsement of a product occurred when he was designated the brand ambassador of the new Tecno Camon 19 last month.