Miss Karun: This is what should be done when I die
Former Camp Mulla’s singer Miss Karun has startled her fans online after posting about what she wants to be done after when she dies.
According to Miss Karun in the eventuality of her unexpected death, all unreleased music in her hard drive should be released.
“If I die unexpectedly, release anything/everything on my hard drives, all unreleased and even unfinished music. Don’t want it to die with me. P.s. only person I need profiting off my stuff when I die is my son,” Miss Karun tweeted.
This message had her fans worried with some sharing concerned messages on the artiste’s timeline.
“Please hebu delete and repost after like 60 years… Takeoff (RIP) started with saying oh sijui anga give me my flowers while I’m alive then less than a fortnight he’s gone for good,” @shangatatu said.
“We need a camp mulla album before all that meeeehn,” @rapmengich97 wrote.
“We look forward to enjoying the music while you’re here too though,” @IyanahKiragu said.
“Am a dark person naturally, epitome of Wednesday Addams but this tweet got me worried for a hot hour. Babes are you okay?” @mugechi_ndegwa asked.
“We need you here making great music as always. Hope you are ok,” @ssbo said.
“Stay. Your music is life. May it breathe into you as it does to us,” @Wambui_Bellz wrote.
“I don’t like the tone of this sending hugs,” @Ann_Wanje said.
Karun returned home in 2017 from Boston, where she had been studying. She at the same time broke the news of her pregnancy which was at an advanced stage. She gave birth to her son in March, without giving any details of the identity of the boy’s father.
Camp Mulla, which was made up of Thee Mc Africa (previously known as The Taio Tripper), Shappaman, Marcus and Miss Karun split in 2013 in an unexpected move which shocked their fans.