The visual aesthetics in King Kaka’s collabo with Kristoff has got the internet felling all sorts of things.
The song Utanipata was released on February 18, and has the two rappers admiring an entourage of plus size women.
Fans are split over rapper King Kaka’s decision to cast plus size women in his music video.
The curvy figured women were handpicked by the popular singer to star in the video and largely appear in crop tops, bikers and swimwear.
And this has fans responding with mixed reaction.
The reactions have got the attention of King Kaka who has commented that he is only trying to promote body positivity for Kenyan women.
He wrote on Twitter that
I put plus size women in the video and people are body shaming them. Tuwache ujinga we are all humans. They live among us they are our sisters, mothers and girlfriends. Tuwache ujinga https://t.co/hV1ZcptCty pic.twitter.com/Z2iLYElAN8
— KING KAKA (@RabbitTheKing) February 22, 2021
King Kaka is working hard to challenge the conventional beauty standards and the inspiring response made one fan praise him.
@its_ochamie wrote..As long as hawajaanguka kwa milango zenyu mkachota mafuta weight zao zisiwasumbue
What happened to sticking to your lanes?
BBW LIVES MATTER
Dear Classic 105 fam, do you agree with King Kaka that tuwache ujinga and let all our sistas thrive?