Noti Flow's 19-year-old lesbian ex-lover Arman Bux alias King Alami is still admitted at the Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) where doctors are working on her injuries.
According to information on the cloud funding platform gofundme, Arman suffered serious injuries requiring several surgeries after falling off the seventh floor of a Roysambu building.
The information on the cloud funding platform also indicates that doctors had to amputate one arm and are working on the rest of her injuries as she remains admitted at KNH.
"Hello - the family of Arman Bux is requesting your help in raising funds to pay medical bills. Arman is 19 years old and is the daughter of Shakay and Sakina Bux. She recently had a major fall which left her with serious injuries requiring several surgeries. The doctors have had to amputate one arm and are working on the rest of her injuries at Kenyatta National Hospital.
"Arman was an athlete in school and was on her journey of exploration as a young adult when this misfortune occurred. She has her whole life ahead of her and it will take a lot of work both mentally and physically to overcome all the challenges she will face after the surgeries. Your support will be greatly appreciated. Thank you," reads Arman's account on gofundme.
King Alami reportedly jumped off the 7th floor of an apartment building in the Roysambu area along Lumumba Drive.
Unconfirmed reports on Twitter indicated that King Alami was attempting suicide and that there was no foul play.
However, Noti Flow suspected King Alami was pushed off the apartment building amid reports that she jumped off in apparent suicide.
The lesbian rapper also shared a medical appeal in support of her ex-lover. She appealed to well-wishers to help Alami’s family to raise funds to settle medical bills as she receives treatment for injuries suffered.