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Rapper Keko resurfaces in a dire state

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By BigEyeUg Team

It’s a sorrowful moment for Ugandans after one of its top female rappers, Keko reappearing in a dreadful condition.

Keko appeared in an Instagram live video on Monday evening in a sorry state after almost two years without making it in public.

In the live video recorded in Canada where she currently lives, Keko’s health seemed struggling as her skin was snowy and lips blurred.

Apparently, her mind is destabilized especially after sighting some odd acts from her in the video.

The “How we do it” crooner also proved married to booze and cigarettes as she flowed with them throughout the entire video, leaving the public puzzled.

Majority of her current and former close friends are clinging to drug addiction as the supreme cause of her worsened condition explained in the video on Instagram.

Keko relocated from Uganda to South Africa in September, 2012 after signing a multi-album and full management deal with Sony Music Entertainment Africa and ROCKSTAR4000.

She joined a global roster of artists on Sony’s RCA label that includes artists by then such as Alicia Keys, P!nk, Usher, Christina Aguilera, Pitbull and Chris Brown.

Keko last interacted with the public when she opened up on her rape scenario in 2019 on her graduation day.

In 2020, Keko shocked with a phenomenal nod for Best Female Rap Act category at the 2020 AFRIMMA awards despite having a prolonged music spell.

About Keko:

Keko, born Jocelyne Tracey Keko, rose to fame in 2010 with the release of “Fallen Heroes”, where she appeared alongside other established Ugandan artists like Don MC, SP, DAVIS and the Mwanba children choir.

After delivering what was arguably the best verse on the track, Keko began to turn heads with her lyrics, delivery style and sheer presence on tracks.

Her breakthrough single ‘How We Do It’ took the Ugandan music charts by storm, making her an instant household name in East Africa.

The success of the track led to a 2011 Channel O Video Music Award for most gifted East African Video, and more recently a synch with Supersport Africa.

Keko landed an endorsement deal with Pepsi and also led Mountain Dew’s advertising campaign in Uganda, all whilst growing her fan base across the continent.

Fellow Ugandan artists and fans continue in an empathetic mood as they rally to save her in any way they would.

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