On the morning of Sunday, May 17, B-Club published a social media post with a nostalgic message about the return of Felix Orinda, popularly known as DJ Evolve to his disc jockeying duties at the establishment. However, this could take at least two years to happen, according to his doctors.
He further stated that even though Evolve had made significant recovery, his throat was yet to heal fully and he was not able to eat on his own.
“DJ Evolve has not been discharged. He is still at the hospital. The bill has really risen, it is nearly Ksh16 million.
“He has been making recovery strides though he can not yet eat because there is something inserted his throat to aid in recovery,” stated Orinda.
“Doctors told me that for him to fully recover, it will take around two and a half years. Even after he gets discharged, he may need to be taken for regular clinic cheques,” he added.
Regarding the ballooning bill, Orinda noted that Embakasi East MP Babu Owino had promised to continue paying it and disclosed that Evolve would return to the decks as soon as he fully recovers.
“When he recovers, he can just continue with his job,” remarked the father.
The Instagram post by B-club had given the impression that the DJ was ready to resume work by welcoming “back home King DJ Evolve (lowkey assassin), we can’t wait to dance to your vibe once this lockdown is over.”
That followed a video clip that another Instagram handles bearing the DJ’s name had shared of Evolve on the decks in a fully-packed club.
Evolve’s friend, DJ Pierra Makena, however, confirmed to Kenyans.co.ke that although she had not seen the DJ in the past week, he (Evolve) had not taken control of his phone yet.
Babu Owino, when reached for comment disclosed that he was still carrying on with the payment of the bill and thanked God for the DJ’s health improvement.
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