Controversial gospel artist Ringtone Apoko has elicited mixed reactions among Kenyans after his latest outrageous demands. Apoko recorded a brief video asking Kenyans to pray for him as he was not well. However, his quest has been received with utter furry from a section of Kenyans who have slammed him over his 'childish' behaviours on social media.
Apoko is known for his outspoken nature, his controversial sentiments and recurrent drama on social media has seen quite a number of people concerned over his current status. Apoko has claimed that the hit by Robert Alai has immensely contributed to the pain on his head. According to the gospel artist, he may possibly undergo a surgical operation.
This comes after the gospel artist travelled to South Africa over a month ago to receive treatment. Apoko has further shocked fans as he claims that he may die incase he doesn't receive early treatment, urging Kenyans to pray for him to be well. Kenyans have received the information furry as they blast the controversial gospel artist over his allegations.
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