KRG the Don Puzzled After Hacker Demanded Millions To Give Him Back YouTube Account (Screenshot)
Albanas Kiswili
1 year ago

Kenyan musician KRG the Don has found himself at crossroads with a Tanzanian hacker; who took away his YouTube account yesterday. The rapper has disclosed that the hacker deleted all his content from his YouTube account which had over 70K subscribers.
Expressing his anger on social media, the 30 year old complained;

”Sijalala kutoka saa saba usiku mpaka sai. Sijafunga ata macho. Najaribu ku recover channel yangu. Team yangu pia inajaribu. Yaani pahali ntashika ako kakijana kako na channel yangu… Atatamani dunia ifunguke ivi immeze… Channel yangu yote iko karibu na 80 thousand subscribers jamaa amekuja ameichukua na dakika sijui ngapi… Atajua ni kisunzi… Wacha nijaribu ku recover.

Nimetoa album, nimetoa kila kitu mpaka ngoma mpya.”

Daring Hacker!

After KRG making his complaint on social media, the hacker inboxed him. He demanded for Tsh 100 Million (About Ksh 4.6 Million).Download More Music

”Na search inatoka ni Mtanzania lakini jina sikumbuki anaitwa nani lakini anaitisha Tsh 100 Million…”

KRG posted a screenshot of a conversation between him and the hacker.

I Don’t Want To Buy Subscribers

KRG also revealed that even though he has the ability to buy YouTube subscribers and views, he doesn’t fancy using subtle means of making a name for himself; he prefers knowing the number of fans he has. KRG also divulged that he makes between Ksh 100,ooo to Ksh 300,000 a week from the hacked YouTube channel.

He is still making efforts to recover his YouTube account.