Kenyan rapper Trio Mio has finally revealed why he did not share his KCSE results when the CS for Education released the results for the 2022 Form 4 leavers.
Trio Mio made it clear to YouTuber Nicholas Kioko moments after landing from Dubai at Jomo Kenyatta International Airport that Kenyans know him for his music, not his studies.
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“Bro sikukataa kusema results. Kwani mnadai kunilipia fee ya Uni nini? Acheni hizo mabuda. Shughulikeni na maisha yenu. Mimi hamkunijua ju ya darasa. Mlinijua ju ya music and I know I’m good at what I’m doing. So cheki bro, maisha ni yangu, me sipangwingwi,” Trio Mio said
[Bro I didn’t refuse to share my findings with anyone. Do you want to pay my university tuition? Pay attention to your life. You didn’t know me from my classes, but from my music, and I know I’m good at what I do. So, listen, it’s my life, and you have no control over it.]
His fans speculated about his KCSE results, and no one knew what Trio Mio’s correct grade was.
His mother addressed the issue and informed those hoping for his son to fail that Trio had passed his exams, but she, like her son, was unable to name the grade.
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“I don’t know why my son is attracting such fake attention on Twitter. Tell KOT to chill and relax. We are printing and releasing the results for you in due time. So guys, keep calm. Stop writing the garbage about my son,” said Trio’s mother.