Stivo Simple Boy's manager said his family was making it hard for him to manage the artiste. Photo: Courtesy.

Sensational online entertainer Stivo Simple Boy is back to square one barely two months after he was dropped by his new management.

MGAHAWANI.com has learnt Stivo is currently homeless after he was evicted from his fancy Buruburu apartment.

This publication understands the star was forced to go back to his parent’s home in Kibra after he was kicked out of the apartment that his new management had rented for him in Buruburu.

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Stivo Simple Boy ha returned to Kibra after being kicked out of his Buruburu apartment. Photo: Courtesy.

News about Stivo’s latest predicament was first made public by his former manager Chingi Boy through an exclusive interview with TUKO.co.ke.

Chingi Boy who had been Stivo’s manager for barely six months confirmed that the star is back in Kibra after falling out with his label.

Speaking in an exclusive phone interview with Tuko News, Chingi Boy revealed Stivo’s siblings had displaced him from the apartment and completely took over.

“The artiste’s family is fighting me, and I was only trying to help their boy. Now, they have returned him to Kibra. Stivo is not talking, just smiling,” Chingi Boy said.

According to Chingi, he had taken full responsibility of paying the rent for the Buruburu apartment after Mumias East MP Peter Salasya took care of the deposit and one month rent only for an apartment in Donholm.

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Stivo Simple Boy could not afford rent in Buruburu after parting ways with his new manager. Photo: UGC.

He noted that Stivo moved from Donholm to Buruburu without his knowledge but he still sponsored the rent until recently.

“Salasya never took him to Donholm. I was the one who took him to Buruburu, and after connecting him with Salasya, I advised him not to give him money but to buy the house items and give them to him. He was removed from the house, and his brother is the one living there, yet I am the one paying. Salasya only paid the deposit and rent.” Chingi added.

It was reported that Stivo himself confirmed in a consequent phone interview with Tuko News that indeed he had moved from Buruburu to Kibra.

This comes barely a month after Stivo was dumped by his manager Chingi Boy.

The manager disclosed through different media interviews that Stivo and his family was making it hard for him to propel his career to greater heights.

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