Nine months ago, Odibets featured the "Mihadarati" singer Stivo Simple Boy in an advert to popularise its Cashout feature. 

Stivo Simple Boy has disclosed the highest amount of money he has received for a performance or a gig.  Speaking during an interview, Stivo Simple Boy revealed that he was paid half a million (Ksh500,000) by Odibets, one of the leading b*****g firms in Kenya.

The musician added that he used the money he was paid to build a house for his parents.  “I was paid 500k by Odibets. I used that money to build a house for my parents,” he stated.

Nine months ago, Odibets featured the “Mihadarati” singer in an advert to popularise its Cashout feature.

The advert sent social media into a frenzy with netizens praising Stivo Simple Boy for bouncing back despite the trolls he received when he joined the entertainment industry.

The video starts with Stivo Simple Boy inside a Matatu with the conductor collecting fare from other passengers.

While the conductor is engaged in a conversation with other passengers, Stivo Simple Boy is seen gazing at his phone as he follows a football match with ‘Cashout’ feature displayed.

He suddenly says, ‘kateam kanamalizwa, shukisha’ before he alights from the matatu.

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