NACADA Director Chipukeezy has promised to take care of a young rapper Brian Masaba aka Juala Superboy’s school fee from Primary to University level after his touching story surfaced online.
Chipukeezy comes to the rescue of Juala Superboy after his touching story
The 6-year old rapper, who is now a renowned name in the Kenyan music industry, lives in Kosovo (Mathare slums) where putting food on the table for his parent is an uphill task.
Superboy has been doing music for some time now but the venture is yet to generate money to sustain his family.
According to Chipukeezy, he will also give Superboy a permanent contract on his show so that he can been able to help his parents financially.
“It pains me to see this young and very talented boy cry because of the situation back at home. So I have decided that am going to take care of him, I will cater for his school fees (primary, Secondary & University). I met with his manager and pledged to support him . I also visited Socks ya Mkamba in Mathare and met with her parents and I pledged to support her so once Chipukeezy Show resumes, we will give Super boy and Socks ya Mkamba a permanent contract on Chipukeezy Show, so that they can be able to assist their parents financially,” shared Chipukeezy.
Living in poverty
In a recent interview, Juala Superboy disclosed that his mother usually washes clothes for people in order to provide for their family, while his father is a casual construction worker.
"My mother used to wash people's clothes in order to provide for us but the job is no longer there. For six months, she has just been at home since she doesn't have a job. My dad works as a casual construction worker. His job is temporal. It may be there today but miss for about two weeks. To be sincere, my home is not that good. We just get little to eat and have also gone without meals. I am in pain. We are almost being hounded out of this house as a result of unpaid dues. To make it worse, even our school fees is yet to be paid," said Superboy during the interview.
Battle with Khgaligraph Jones
Last year Superboy got the opportunity to battle Rapper Khaligraph Jones during a freestyle rap competition put together by NRG Radio.
The young rapper has produced songs like; Mama, Harambee and Faya with over 14K YouTube subscribers.
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