Musician DK Kwenye Beat has for the first time spoken out following a grisly raid accident that left him hospitalized together with Mr Seed.
The said car accident also claimed the life of Mr Seed's videographer an photographer Ambrose.
In his statement, DK paid tribute to his late friend and the families of the other two people who also perished in the accident.
“I’m deeply saddened by the aftermath of the accident, which has been an arduous and agonizing journey for all involved.
My heartfelt condolences go out to the families who have lost their loved ones, and my thoughts and prayers are with my fellow brother in Christ, Ambrose, who passed away. I pray that god will bring comfort and healing to all of you during this challenging time, enveloping you with his caring and warm hands,” DK Kwenye Beat shared.
The star went on to request his fans and followers to continue praying for all who survived the accident.
"I humbly request your continued prayers for all of us who are survivors of the accident,” DK requested.
He went on to mention that they ate still undergoing checkups and treatment, as they are yet to recover fully. DK finalized by thanking his fans and followers for keeping him in their prayers.
“We are still undergoing consistent medical check-ups and treatment, and your prayers hold immense value to us.
“To everyone, I want to express my love and gratitude. You are all in my thoughts and prayers. Please remember to express gratitude to god every morning for the gift of life and every evening for his protection throughout the day,” the musician said.
Just the other day, Mr Seed also provided an update on his recovery journey, saying it has not been easy.
“I’m feeling extra grateful for the gift of life. You all know about the accident that happened, and it made me realize how precious every moment is. I’m grateful for my family, my friends, and my fans and for every day that I get to spend & interact with them,”
“Keep Praying for Mr Seed I will rise again. 25 days on this bed not been able to walk or clean myself. After the accident this is depressing,” Seed said.