Flamboyant city lawyer Donald Kipkorir has torn into Kenyan rapper Kennedy Ombima alias King Kaka over his recent controversial hit song dubbed Wajinga Nyinyi.
Donald Kipkorir while commenting on the song attacked King Kaka for what he argues as disrespecting Kirinyaga governor Anne Waiguru.
Waiguru on Monday threatened to sue King Kaka over defamation.
In the song, the rapper mentions Waiguru in NYS scandals, which the Kirinyaga governor has termed as defamation.
But Kipkorir while defending Waiguru argued that King Kaka may mislead few, but Kenya is not the town of Hameli .
He went ahead to attack his business, saying that the rapper calls himself “King” and calls his kiosk business “Empire” .
“Let the record show that I stand with Anne Waiguru … I can’t be excited by one who calls himself “King” & calls his kiosk business “”Empire” … I know mental issues abound but we are all not mad …. He may mislead few, but Kenya is not the town of Hameli,”he tweeted.
King Kaka on Tuesday presented himself at DCI headquarters along Kiambu road after he alleged that he had been summoned by a CID officer.
DCI however denied having summoned the rapper, warning that no one should seek publicity by using their name.
The Dudaing hit maker later exposed the number that had called him and was advised to report the person to Muthaiga Police Station.