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Be grateful for good health – King Kaka speaks as he recuperates

By , K24 Digital
On Sat, 11 Sep, 2021 18:24 | < 1 min read
Rapper and businessman Kevin Ombima alias King Kaka.PHOTO/COURTESY.

Rapper and businessman Robert Ombima alias King Kaka has yet again opened up on his health status.

In a Saturday, September 11 Facebook post, King Kaka asked his fans to be grateful for good health following his hospitalisation after a misdiagnosis.

Hospitali ceilings are really boring always pray for good health,” King Kaka, who has been battling an unknown disease for the past 3 months said. 

Earlier in September, the rapper spoke of his health status after growing concern among his fans over his sudden emaciation.

In a long Instagram post, the rapper revealed to his fans that he had been battling an unknown disease.

“Kwa sasa analyzing the possibility of Ronaldo scoring 3 goals today against Newcastle!!!” King Kaka said.

After leaving hospital, King Kaka said he exhibited symptoms similar to those of Covid-19 but test results turned negative. He adds that his condition led to loss of weight to an extent that his clothes no longer fit him.

The rapper said he has so far lost 33 kgs and a waist size reduction from 36 to 33. The father of two further revealed that he lost his appetite and has been surviving on porridge and fruits.

“Dear fans, it’s only right that I share this with you. I have been sick for 3 months 8 days now. I was misdiagnosed. Lost 33kgs and in the process we started hospital visits, did all the tests and they were Negative funny thing is I feel no pain and we are still hopeful that we will get the solution soon my waist was 36 now it’s 33 Ata sina nguo, was consuming only uji and kidogo fruits, started eating food 3 weeks ago pole pole ntazoea and no taste for 2 months,” he said.

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