• A random social media user posted Kaa La Moto’s photos followed by a condolence message

• The post startled many Kaa La Moto’s fans who reached out to the rapper to find out if he is still alive

• Kaa La Moto watered down the death hoax with a post through which he told off the haters

Celebrated Coast-based rapper Kaa La Moto Kiumbe has shut down claims that he is dead.

The revered freestyle rapper through his recent Facebook page told off haters who first created and promoted his death hoax.

Kaa La Moto shutting down the death rumours. Photo: Kaa La Moto/Facebook.

Kaa La Moto took to his official page and posted a photo of himself looking fit as a fiddle followed by a short but clear caption to water down the death rumours.

“Ondokea Bullshit. Am here to stay,” Kaa La Moto wrote.

His post came barely hours after a random Facebook user by the name Otf Dadi Otf posted a photo of the rapper followed by a condolence message.

“RIP Kaa La Moto. Ulale mahali Pema bro,” the user wrote.

A random social media user starting the death hoax. Photo: Otf Dadi Otf/Facebook.

The death rumour startled many Kaa La Moto’s fans who camped on his page to confirm if indeed he was dead or still alive.

Kaa La Moto’s death hoax came barely days after YEIYO.com reported how the rapper bad been forwarded by legendary hip hop acts as Africa’s next big thing in rap music.

Professor Jay and a host of other rap legends from both Kenya and Tanzania backed Kaa La Moto, holding that he is the next king of rap.

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