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King Kaka Says It Cost Him KSh 6 Million to Make Monkey Business Film

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King Kaka and his wife at the premiere of his Monkey Business film. Photo/King Kaka Facebook.

Rapper King Kaka has revealed how much it cost him to produce his Monkey Business film.

Speaking during the premiere, the rapper said he used KSh 6 million to make it.

“My monkey business cost me KSh 6 million,” he said.

“I am thrilled to share a sneak peek of ‘Monkey Business’ with the world. This project is a labour of love, and I believe it has the power to inspire, provoke, and ignite change. Get ready to embark on an unforgettable journey,” he added.

The four-part film was shot in the ghettoes and stars Scar Mkadinali as the main character.

Other cast members are Janet Mbugua, Prezzo, Azeezah Hashim and other stars it’s a story o of trials of loyalty, morality, and survival.

King Kaka also praised his wife Nana Owiti, children and friends for gracing the premiere.

The premiere was attended by the likes of Jacky Vike, Sandra Dacha, Pascal Tokodi, Dr Ezekiel Mutua, and first daughter Charlene Ruto among others.

The overjoyed musician described his wife as a pillar and celebrated her beauty at the event.

“She is a lovely woman, ni mrembo,” he said.

King Kaka or Sungura (Rabbit) is one of the most sought-after musicians in Kenya.

His love for poetry greatly influences the style of music he performs. It is unique if not different-something akin to oral poetry fused withhip-hopp.

The A-list rapper has created a huge fan base with his deep, meaningful lyrics that tell captivating stories.

Unlike most rappers, full of bling and swag, the King prefers elegant well-cut suits.

The musician has 2 brothers and a mother called Elizabeth.

He lost his father, Julius Ombima, who was a house caretaker at Upperhill, while still in grade seven. Sungura even released a song about his father.