Top lawyer offers to defend King Kaka if artiste sued over ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ song

By , K24 Digital
On Sun, 15 Dec, 2019 14:35 | < 1 min read
King Kaka has announced on Instagram that he is deleting the ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ poetry video from YouTube “until a few things are sorted”. [PHOTO | FILE]
King Kaka has announced on Instagram that he is deleting the ‘Wajinga Nyinyi’ poetry video from YouTube “until a few things are sorted”. [PHOTO | FILE]
King Kaka. [PHOTO | FILE]

Senior Counsel Ahmednasir Abdullahi has offered to defend King Kaka in court if the Wajinga Nyinyi artiste is sued for abusing politicians.

King Kaka's new song has stirred up a storm with mixed reactions from the public over its content.

The song has already garnered over 600,000 views on YouTube less than two days after it was uploaded. On the same platform, the song has 9,567 comments as at Sunday, December 15, 2019 midday.

Since the release, the 32-year-old musician has been taking flak from politicians, especially Women Representatives whom he accused of embezzling funds for sanitary pads.

https://twitter.com/ahmednasirlaw/status/1205934647525478400

In the song, King Kaka, whose given name is Kevin Ombima, harshly criticises the Kenyan electorate for putting into public office leaders who are selfish, scandalous, corrupt and double-faced.

“Sisi ni vipofu na viziwi…na tunajua translator wetu alishadedi. 2022 already si mnajua nani ni Prezzi… si mnajua nyinyi voters ni washenzi… So, unashangaa akilli zenu time ya kura zinajaa [expletive] (We [Kenyan voters] are visually-impaired and have a hearing disability. We also know that the person who made us see through corrupt people no longer exists. You voters are fools [for electing these people, nonetheless]. You act shocked after voting in oppressive leaders and still wonder why your minds are filled with human waste),” rapped the musician.

The song #WajingaNyinyi and #KingKaka have been trending on Twitter for the better part of Sunday with the two hashtags having over 17,000 tweets.

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