Popular Kenyan rapper King Kaka has not recovered yet despite being in hospital for over three months. The musician has been battling an unknown illness and up to now he says doctors are still doing series of diagnosis to find out what exactly the problem is. As posted on his Facebook page today, King Kaka said that doctors have been doing several tests and they all came out negative. He is currently just taking drugs to reduce pain but they don't know what exactly is making him suffer this much. King Kaka left a very critical message today and he didn't explain what he really meant. ' Ukiwa kwa Giza, Don't trust any light you see ". This was King Kaka's message urging fans to always think twice just incase they see something happening in their lives. He said that people should never be quick to just accept things without knowing their source, effects and mess that can happen afterwards. We really hope that King Kaka will heal. We are waiting for him to reveal what he has been suffering from.
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