Renowned Kenyan rapper Kevin Ombima who is famously known as King Kaka has been ailing for three months which he stayed in hospital for treatment.
Today, the rapper who lost 33 kilograms narrated his experience of battling the unknown disease which got him undergo several medical procedures.
""I was in between worlds fighting to see my family once more. I would force my last smile when Nana & Moms visited but truth is the nights got darker and I would be back in the ring with lif," Kaka narrated. Doctors had to drill my hip bone to get some bone marrow for testing." King Kaka narrated on his illness experience.
The illness is yet to be known but according to John Hopkins hospital, there are several diseases that require bone marrow samples to make an ultimate diagnosis.
Among these diseases includes: certain carcinomas, abnormal blood count, abnormal proteins, inflammation, infections and certain anemias.
Early diagnosis is usually recommended for effective treatment to prevent fatal complications.
Quick recovery to King Kaka.
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