Kenyan rap artiste Trio Mio has found himself at the center of a social media storm after rumors circulated that he had scored poorly in his Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) exams. His mother, Irma Sakwa, took to her official Instagram account to refute the claims, stating that her son had done his best and that she was proud of him. However, she did not disclose his actual grades.
Sakwa also expressed her frustration at the lack of peace of mind she has had since the release of the results, as her social media pages have been inundated with inquiries about her son’s grades. The artiste has been trending on social media throughout the day, with netizens speculating about his results.
Politician Alinur Mohamed shared an unverified tweet claiming that Trio had scored a mean grade of A- of 83 points, while others said he had scored D+ or E. This situation highlights the importance of verifying information before sharing it on social media and the pressure and speculation that can come with the release of exam results.
Regardless of the grades, it’s important to remember that a single exam does not define a person’s entire worth and potential. Trio Mio’s mother, Irma Sakwa, is proud of him, and that should be the most important thing.