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King Kaka apologises to Sauti Sol [Video]

King Kaka has been forced to eat a humble pie

In a video posted on his Twitter Account, King Kaka has termed his beef with Sauti Sol unhealthy and fans should refrain from it.

“Sauti sol I am just being a man here, if I have wronged you, I have seen you have insulted me so much  I’m very sorry. Telling fans to go and check out the beef won’t help anything. Fans what you should do is go to MTV Awards and vote for Nyashinski. This beef is unhealthy.” said King Kaka in the Video

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According to Kaka his sentiments were based on the truth, while Sauti Sol are just shooting down his efforts in the music industry without facts.

“I have not been on the internet for a while, so I checked in yesterday and found out that Sauti Sol had called for a press conference and the content of the press was to insult me. When you watch the two interviews, you will find out that what I said is purely true. It very sad that were are at time when we are insulting each other instead of supporting each other” said Kaka

He also expressed his disappointments of Sauti Sol mocking his recording label during a recent interview.

“Kaka Empire has provided employment to a number Kenyans, and when someone starts to shot down my efforts is not good. You telling young Kenyans it’s bad to come up with new ideas, Kaka Empire was a vision one day and now it’s working. Let’s not have this meaningless beef” added King Kaka

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The beef started when King Kaka expressed his disappointment after Sauti Sol deleted his poster from their Instagram account for seeing that they have not done enough for the Kenyan Industry.

"It’s a funny world. Recently I went for an Interview and said that Sauti Sol were not helping the industry as they are supposed to. I am their biggest fan, by the way, they have a show in Germany so if you are there go and attend. If they are nominated in any wards I will vote. But they had uploaded a poster of my new song Run Ting ft Fena. I have gone to their page they have deleted the poster. Really Guys. Anyway, it’s okay. But that’s petty." said King Kaka in the Video

The boy's band responded to King Kaka’s allegations saying that he should visit their offices and learn from the Best.

“It doesn’t mean Kaka Signing a musician is doing something for the Industry. We came up with a project called Studio Mashiani which was a platform for Kenyan youth and it was taken away from us. We do it because we love it, so that his sorry a** can get a chance at it later in his life” said Bien Baraza during an Interview

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Bien added that Rapper Timmy T-dat and Avril are too good to be signed by King Kaka, and they should sign him instead.

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