King Kaka and Nana Owiti at a past date
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Musician King Kaka has finally spoken after crazy rumours started spreading this week about his relationship with wife, Nana Owiti.

The musician has responded by saying that he would never clout-chase using his family.

"I never clout chase especially when it touches on family. I was not going to address it but because it is touching on family I am responding to it."


He went on to add that he was shocked about the appalling story that had being going around online.

"Someone has picked on the cake story that the kids have been stolen and Nana is out of the country, People have been calling me."

He then went on to clarify the state of affairs on his marriage saying,


"Nana is in the country and the kids are in school. In the spirit of content creation let us be mindful. Let us not disrespectful when doing so."

He finished by asking people online to not spoil his relationship in their attempts to create content.

"I have even heard I have a death certificate and am here ama am hallucinating. Keep in mind there are a lot of people involved. Let us not ruin a good thing trying to create content."

Lately, rumors have been swirling around the internet regarding the relationship status of Kenyan artist King Kaka and his wife, Nana Owiti.

These rumors began to gain traction when it became apparent that Nana Owiti, a passionate Arsenal supporter, was spending time in London, immersing herself in the city's vibrant soccer scene.

The distance between the couple, who have shared a marital bond for over a decade, sparked discussions and speculation about potential strains in their relationship.

Adding to the intrigue, King Kaka celebrated Mother's Day by paying homage to his mother but conspicuously omitted any public mention of Nana Owiti, further intensifying speculation.

Some online users speculated that the couple's silence and the timing of these occurrences might have been a deliberate tactic to generate interest in King Kaka's upcoming series.

According to this theory, the buzz surrounding their alleged marital discord could have been a publicity stunt aimed at attracting viewers to the premiere of 'Monkey Business' on May 17.