A Kenyan upcoming artist by the name Omar Mohamed has left many Kenyans talking after allegedly claiming that Mbosso Is his biological father. According to Mohamed who spoke to Plug TV, he discovered that he looked like Mbosso, after people started calling him by the artist's name.
Omar added that at the time he was in class 7, people started calling him names, to an extent of calling him Mbosso. "I went and checked on the internet and I found out that Mbosso is a musician and a member of the Yamoto band,” Omar told plug TV. It was difficult for him to ask his mother about it but used his pictures and those of Mbosso to at least pass the message to her.
Wasafi Classic signee Mbosso.
"I showed my mother my photos and those of Mbosso intentionally to see her reaction. I also showed her some of Mbosso music videos and she confirmed that we were so much alike in appearance as well as actions. She didn't say anything concerning my relationship with him," said Omar. When asked what made him believe that Mbosso is his biological father, Omar said that after doing his research, he found out that Mbosso has been to Kenya several and has two wives one from Kenya and one in his country (Tanzania).
"I think the other wife from Kenya is my mother, am ready for DNA to prove whether we are related with Mbosso," Omar told Plug TV. However Omar didn't reveal his next move if by any change git the opportunity to meet Mbosso and do DNA and get that he is his father or not. Omar is a young musician based in Nairobi but studies in Kitui claiming that his talent is an inheritance from Mbosso.
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