- Amapiano vocalist Kammu Dee claims one of his close allies poisoned him
- The Ama-Uber creator is reportedly recovering well after bring rushed to hospital the week before lockdown
- He suspects that whoever poisoned him is jealous because he has a new song with Cassper Nyovest
Ama-Uber creator Kammu Dee has revealed that one of his close allies poisoned him.
Kammu, real name Kamohelo Duma, is a member of the trio that produced 2019's floor-fillers Ama-Uber and Lorch.
He is reportedly recovering well after being rushed to hospital the week before lockdown with a severe case of food poisoning.
The Amapiano vocalist says he is now more cautious about who he hangs out with.
Kammu told TshisaLive that he could not stop vomiting while on the way to hospital.
“The week before lockdown I was from many places. I soon experienced some headaches and on the fifth day, I collapsed. My family found me laying on the floor and they took me to the hospital.”
He further explained:
“On the way to the hospital, I was vomiting some yellow substance and when the doctors checked me, they found out that I had been poisoned. I don't know what I ate or drank... I can't remember because I usually don't mind sharing a drink with my friends.”
He said he doesn't want to accuse anyone because he doesn't know who actually did this but suspects it could be the people "I hang out with in my circle".
“I thank God for protecting me from evil people. Maybe some people are jealous of my newfound fame and the song I have with Cassper Nyovest hence they wanted me gone but that's not going to happen.”
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