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Rayson Ole Tiyana: Former Student Leader Who Sold 50 Cows To Buy Car

Rayson ole Tiyana is a Kenyan Tik Tok content creator and musician. In a recent Celeb Rides episode hosted by 2mbili, he revealed that he sold 50 cows in order to import a Subaru Impreza 2015.

Here is the story as told by WoK.

Student Leader

He was once a student leader at the University of Eldoret in charge of entertainment and sports between 2018 and 2019.

During this time, he began making money by inviting and hosting various artists. Some of the entertainers he hosted included: DK Kwenye Beat, Erick Omondi, Rankada, Hope Kid, Guardian Angel and DJ Shiti.

Music and other jobs 

Later, he got involved in business and ventured in music. He shot a couple of music videos but it was very expensive.

He realized that to sustain the music career, he needed a lot of money. He once used more than Ksh100,000 to shoot a video.

This made him realize music was an expensive affair prompting him to take a pause in order to make money first. In future, he hopes to fully immerse himself in the music scenes.

Since he loves dancehall, he prefers to sing this genre of music and some of his songs include: Me and You, Napita Nawe, Nataka, and We Party Again.

He has a YouTube account with over 1k subscribers and over 24k subscribers and more than nine hundred thousand followers on Tik Tok.

The singer has also tried his hand in forex trading where he trades with Bitcoin. He even hopes to start a physical school where he could train people about forex.
Love for Subaru

Speaking on celeb ride, he said his love for the brand Subaru was sparked by the safari rallies that used to occur in the past.

Most of the vehicles used were from the model and he knew this was the car he wanted. He revealed that staying in the capital city without a car is very hard so when it was time to get one, he ordered a Subaru.

His preference was in importing a car in order to avoid getting scammed. He also said imported cars come with the specifications one requires.