“I Was Tired of the Fame,” Karun on Camp Mulla Exit

August 21, 2019

Alternative R&B pop artist Karungari Mungai alias Karun has shed some light on why she exited the BET-nominated pop group Camp Mulla at the peak of her career.

According to the 25-year-old, she was overwhelmed by the fame that came with being part of the now-defunct pop music collective.

Speaking to a local daily, Karun said she only 16 years old at the time and the pressure couldn’t allow her to experiment.

I was tired of the fame. It was stifling me. I couldn’t make any mistake. I couldn’t experiment. I couldn’t really find out who I was or who I wanted to be because of people’s eyes I was already that girl from Camp Mulla,” the Standard quoted Karun.

The ‘Glow Up’ singer explained that Camp Mulla was going through a rough time behind the scenes and the BET nomination came at a time when they were splitting up.

Karun has since gone on to be named in Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 2019 list – Creatives Category.

Read: Camp Mulla’s Karun “honoured” to be Among Forbes Africa 30 Under 30

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