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Trio Mio speaks out on why he kept his KCSE results private

 Kenyan rapper Trio Mio. (Courtesy)

Kenyan rapper Trio Mio, has responded to his haters who have been demanding to see his KCSE results. The rapper recently spoke with YouTuber Nicholas Kioko at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport after arriving from Dubai despite being reluctant to do the interview due to jet lag.

During the interview, the 18-year-old made it clear that he did not share his results because Kenyans know him for his music, not his studies. He also questioned why people were demanding to see his results, asking whether they intended to pay his university fees. He urged them to focus on their own lives and leave him to pursue his career.

"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," said Trio.

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When the results were announced in January 2023, nobody knew the actual grade that Trio had received. There were several speculations as to what he had attained in KCSE. Trio's mother addressed the issue and assured his fans that he had passed but failed to reveal his grade. She also asked those eagerly waiting for him to fail to calm down.

"I don't know why my son is attracting such fake attention on Twitter. Ambia KOT watulie. We are printing and releasing the results for you in due time. So guys, keep calm. Stop writing the bullsh*t and garbage about my son," said Trio's mother.

In a previous interview with Lang'ata MP Jalang'o on his YouTube channel, Trio expressed his joy at not succumbing to the pressure of revealing his results. He also expressed an interest in pursuing a degree in Graphic design and music production to improve his skills.

Earlier, Trio had released a song in which he appeared to hit out at critics who suggested that he was not adequately prepared to sit for the national exam. The song highlighted some radio presenters who had been discussing his preparedness or lack thereof for the national examination results and how it would affect his music career.

Despite the pressure he received to showcase his performance, Trio remains determined to pursue his passion for music while continuing to improve his skills through further education. His fans have continued to support him, and he is expected to release more music in the future.

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