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Jimwat fires at King Kaka yet again: He’s not a king, Juacali is the true King of Kenyan music 

Rapper Jimwat, during the 10 over 10 show on Citizen TV, attacked fellow rapper King Kaka for opening up about being rejected by the Cali Records stable after he asked for a collabo.

King Kaka, in his song Mistarillionaire, said that he wanted a collabo from the once popular Calif Records rapper Jimwat — or any person from the label, but they all turned him down.

“Jimwat alininyima collabo, Mejja pia na Jua,” rapped King Kaka in the song. 

You’re no King

After releasing a diss track that flopped, Jimwat has yet again sent another missile saying that King Kaka shouldn’t have gone public with the information. He also wanted Kaka to know that he’s nothing close to a king and, if Kenyans wanted to know who’s the true king of Kenyan music, they should consider checking Juacali’s decorated portfolio.

King Kaka

Here is what he said:

“Hakuna king huwa anaji-crown; kings huwa wanakuwa crowned na wadhii. Ni sawa nilikunyima collabo, lakini si lazima utangaze. Yafaa ucheze chini. Kama ni kubishana ni nani king, tunajua kuwa Juacali ni Baba yao. Mimi ni prince (There is no king who crowns himself. All kings ascend to such a powerful position as a result of people’s endorsement and blessings.

He went on:

“It is true I denied you (King Kaka) a collabo, but you shouldn’t have gone public with such information. You ought to have approached me so that we address the issue at a personal level. And if a debate arises on who is king of Kenyan music, then I think Juacali deserves that title, with me as his prince,” said Jimwat.

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