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King Kaka surprises Jamby Koikai in the USA

Kenyan rapper King Kaka has surprised Jamby Koikai by visiting her in the USA where she is currently receiving treatment.

Being all smiles, Jamby thanked King Kaka for the love andsupport as she respects his new Bank on Me Sanitary Towels campaign.

“Hey, fam….guess who paid me a surprise visit? Yes. King Kaka. Thank you so much for your love and support. Much respect for your Bank on Me Sanitary Towels Campaign.” Said Jamby.

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The two discussed endometriosis as they recalled back themwhen Kaka used to design her posters for reggae events.

“It was great discussing endometriosis with you. Great kuona maze vile umekuwa international bro. King Kaka alikuwa designer wa maposter zetu za reggae back in the day enzi za Taveta Road na Luthuli akiwa Sunguch sahi ni King….. Much love Sunguch. Shukran kwa kunitembelea. Unajua maze vile nimemiss mtaa nikafeel ni kaa niko base jo. Shukran sana na God azidi kukubless. Benach Mwanake asante sana for the surprise visit.” Said Jamby

King Kaka surprises Jamby Koikai in the USA
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