The wicked person who ‘sold’ the stroke disease to Kunta Kinte of Bradez finally exposed?...

[By: George Awiadem Maclean  EMAIL: George Awiadem Maclean]

It was heartbreaking, troubling, sorrowful, painful, sad, and very traumatic when news broke out some six years ago that the other half brother of the duo, BRADEZ, and younger brother of Okyeame Kwame, Kunta Kinte had been struck down by the stroke disease. 

A lot of rumours, allegations, speculations, accusations, and counter accusations had been bandied around about this or that artiste having been behind the stroke predicament of the younger brother of Flowking Stone who together form the duo, Bradez.

Kwaw Kese, Tinny and some other well known artistes had, at some points in time, been accused of being ‘spiritually’ responsible for Kunta Kinte’s stroke predicament.

But the talented rap artiste has for the first time, after six years, revealed in a recent interview he had with DJ Simms on the Party Mix Show on Kessben 93.3 FM, that it was a certain Lady Nurse in Legon who ‘sold’ him his stroke disease and not any of those who had been accused earlier.

“Nobody knows exactly how I got hit by the stroke disease but there were so many rumours of me having got the disease because I had been sleeping with so many girls, gone in for “Juju/blood money” and had even snatched Kwaw Kese’s girlfriend but none of these was ever true.

“My new song titled “The Resurrection of Kunta” which would be released soon is going to tell the exact story of how I got hit by the disease.

“Ok, let me give you just four lines of the “Resurrection” song:

'3ny3 bosom, 3ny3 obia baa o;

3y3 Nurse nii baa bi a )w) Legon na 3y3 me saa o;

3y3 me ya o;

But Nana Nyame a )taa m’akyi nti HE didn’t allow it...{To Wit: This [the stroke] was never caused by anybody but a certain Lady Nurse in Legon...but because I have GOD, HE didn’t allow it}.'

“You know what? I didn’t want to let the public know about this for some reason but anytime the Nurse sees me on campus, she bows her head down in shame.

“ you know that when I first got sick, I went to see a certain nurse before...?” Kunta Kinte posed.

Kunta Kinte at Miss Malaika 2009       (Image Above: Kunta Kinte in a wheel chair at Miss Malaika, 2009)

When pushed to the wall by the host, DJ Simms, to mention the name of the Lady Nurse in question, Kunta Kinte only said that would be told Ghanaians when he releases “The Resurrection of Kunta” track sometime late this year.

The younger brother of Okyeame Kwame Da Rap Dacta also disclosed that he never had the opportunity to enjoy their hit song “Simple” as much as the public did except the very day he performed in a wheel chair at the Miss Malaika event in 2009 because he fell sick just five days after recording the song.

“The Resurrection of Kunta” --- a very touchy song --- has yet to be released even though he (Kunta Kinte) promised it was going to be out in September this year.