(Last Updated On: May 25, 2015)
The number of illegal firearms owned by criminals in Kenya is high. The lack of jobs in the country has pushed crime rates up to very scary levels such that it is hard being safe at night.
Kenyan rapper Rabbit aka King Kaka yesterday got robbed at gun point. He lost a couple of expensive items such as his laptop and phone. This is how he narrated the story
First and foremost I want to thank God for the gift of life. On Friday around 7:35pm just before my #KakalegendaryTour began at Zetech Uni, I had a meeting with @kakaempire ‘s @rajville7 at Total Petrol Station, Madaraka and suddenly a group of 3unmasked men entered the hotel, all armed. The weird thing is one of them corked a gun and came to me first, pointed the gun in my face and said ‘I’ll shoot you’, took my phone (one week old phone) and my laptop (HP Envy 17” with the engraving ‘Gweth and Ayanna’ at the back, just incase it’s resold, I lost so much data, I just need the data) and everybody’s phone and watch were taken also. And just before
Thanks to all the fans who have been sending me messages. God is in control and the good thing is that I am still alive.
(above is part of the CCTV clip, and that’s Raj and Me)
This is the video he posted