Kenyans have been treated to a dramatic turn of events after Kennedy Tarriq Ombima popularly known as King Kaka released his hard-hitting song ‘Wajinga nyinyi.’
From death threats, failed summons by The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to free legal services offered by top lawyers, to various hashtags pushed by netizens; vowing to stand with the Dundaing hit maker through thick and thin. King Kaka seems to be a man who is loved.
Now fellow rapper Kaligraph Jones has offered to be his bodyguard for the next two weeks.
According to Kaligraph he has hit the gymnasium and the rapper should contact him anytime he requires his services.
“Gathee Naona Ushapata support from lawyers, Human rights Activists, keyboard warriors, Politicians etc imebaki tu security, sai Niko gym, Ntakuchunga 24hrs for the Next 2 weeks for free, Just let me know when you Need me for that,” he said.
Lauded as one of Kenya’s top rappers, it is said that Kaligraph worked as a bouncer before venturing in mainstream music.
“Alianza kuenda gym na kuinua mawe uko Kayole. He started doing those jobos for security in clubs. That’s where he started from coz, you know, ata yeye lazima angekuwa na kitu ya kujilea nayo,” his older brother Span Kob was quoted in an interview.