I’m gonna die tonight-Celebrated Genge producer, artist Magix Enga scares Kenyans with suicidal post

By Bosco Marita On Sat, 5 Jun, 2021 07:01 | 2 mins read
Magix Enga shocks fans with suicidal post. PHOTO: Courtesy

Celebrated Kenyan music producer Magix Enga christened Beat King has shocked Kenyans after he posted a suicidal message on his Instagram page.

The post, which he shared on June 4 at exactly 10:35 PM, read; ” I’m gonna die tonight.”

He accompanied the post with a caption; “I’m going to miss everyone.”

It is not clear yet what provoked the most sought after Genge producer into penning the suicidal note.

Enga’s suicidal post

His second last post came two hours before the worrying death message where he mourned a friend by writing; ” I wish I can talk to you now. RIP King Mose,” accompanied it with love emojis before adding “I miss you”.

A scan through his previous post did not paint a man troubled to an extent of ending his life.

A few days ago, he shared pictures of him having some good moments at a national park.

Among the Kenyan artists who were seemingly thrown into a panic mode is Michael Kennedy Claver, alias Naiboi, who commented on the post by writing; “Bro I am trying to call you”.

Surprisingly, a section of Kenyans who thronged at the comment section appeared not to take the issue seriously since some made fun of the suicidal post.

Magix Enga is one of the notable music figures in the country.

He started his music career as a gospel music producer before making inroads in the Genge industry where he has produced classical beats for who is who in the Kenyan industry.

The talented Beat King is also a singer whose ability to pen amazing lyrics has won him admiration and several music collaborations with top Kenyan artists.

Enga studied professional music production at Tapev Musical school to earn amazing digital music software skills.

He has about 9 years of experience in producing and mastering different genres of music.

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