Kenya: King Kaka - No, I'm Not Related to Lookalike Teens From Kakamega

The two lookalike 19-year-old girls from Kakamega who are in the center of a suspected case of separated twins at birth and (right) Kenyan rapper King Kaka.

Kenyans online have discovered something interesting about the lookalike teenage girls from Kakamega, who have been on the spotlight since their story was highlighted by the media two days ago.

To some online users, Melon Lutenyo and Sharon Mathias have another famous lookalike, who happens to be biggest rap artiste in the country - this is none other than King Kaka.

The chatter caused by the online community's 'discovery' has forced the rapper to respond to the rumours.

In his statement on Instagram King Kaka said he doesn't have any sisters.


But the online community still thought otherwise. Here is what some of them had to say:

"Utajitetea ukiwa upande gani?" asked lantoijoyce.

"Kumbe we pia umeona, sisters wako," said violetronnex.

"Kujia sister zako," wrote dennostarbon.


"Mumefanana sana brathe," commented mtunecessary.

"Plz go for DNA... these two, Lupita and you," said eve gal.

Melon and Sharon have many Kenyans puzzled by their striking resemblance.

Although the Kenya Medical Research Institute (Kemri) has offered to fund the DNA test of the two sisters to determine if they are related, some people have already delivered their verdict confirming that the similarity between the two has to be genetic.


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