1 December 2018

Kenya: King Kaka Surprises His Long Time Bae With Marriage Proposal During Album Launch

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King Kaka watches over as his long-time partner Nana Ombima is over come with joy after he proposed to her during the 'Eastlando Royalty' album launch at Uhuru Gardens on November 30.

King Kaka formally proposes to his wife Nana during the launch of his latest album 'Eastlando Royalty'.

Rapper King Kaka surprised his fans during the launch of latest album Eastlando Royalty by bringing out his mother and long time partner to the stage during Friday night's event at Uhuru Gardens.

A man's love for his mother is an undying love. Kaka confessed that his mother has been his biggest fan throughout his music career.

"Kila siku nikienda studio me hucall mum namshow aniombee," Kaka revealed of his prayerful mother's unwavering support for him.


But that was not all. King Kaka left the best part for last.

Either it was Genge love or just pure heartfelt love; King Kaka brought his bae Nana on stage and requested Atemi to sing her Song Baby love as the couple danced together.

Then he pulled off another rabbit - excuse the pun - from his bag of tricks as he got down one on knee, popped up a ring and formally proposed to Nana to be his wife.


"Namuitanga wife na hananga pete. Will you be Mrs Ombima," said King Kaka, to which the visibly surprised Nana said "Yes" as the crowd screamed wildly.

The couple then hugged and kissed each other passionately.

The two have been together since the days King Kaka started his career going by the stage name Rabbit.

The rapper recounted how back then he used to travel all the way to Kitengela and still take a boda boda just to go visit her.

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