Many cases of people making preparations for their funerals while still alive have been witnessed worldwide. Some have dug their graves while others have even wrote their eulogises and tributes. The late zimbabwe business man is romoured to have bought his own coffin before his death.
Philip Patroba Okoyo popularly known as Japesa is a Kenyan rapper and musician. He is known to rap in his mother tongue dholuo, English and Swahili. He has also collaborated with famous rappers like the Khaligraph Jones.￼ The controversial rapper had decided to buy himself a coffin just in case he dies. He claims that heade the move to avoid unnecessary contributions through till numbers in his burial.
Most of his fans were not too happy with the rappers decision as they have condemned it.
It's not clear whether the musician really bought the coffin or he is just clout chasing.
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