Popular teenage artist TJ Mario Cassella alias Trio Mio is not scared about the outcome of the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education(KCSE) which he sat for towards the end of last year.
Trio Mio is among the 884,263 candidates who sat for the examination which began on December 2, 2022 and lasted for three weeks. The 18-year old is believed to have sat for the examination in a high school based in Embakasi.
The marking of the examination papers began January 2, 2023 at different marking centers most of which are based in Nairobi.
It is expected that Education CS Ezekiel Machogu will be releasing the results this week once the marking process is concluded. A lot of Trio Mio’s followers have however been flooding his comment sections asking about his expectations of the results .
In his response to one of his fans, the rapper said, “Zikam vile zinacome, sikosi usingizi mimi(let them just come, I am not lacking sleep because of that.)”
Trio Mio made himself a name in the entertainment industry in 2020 when he released Cheza Kama Wewe. His music career however began in 2019 when he released his first single Vile Inafaa.
He is known for bangers such as Sipangwingwi, Buda andDo It. His fans were also worried that he will quit music after high school but he began the new year on high note by releasing a song titled Achia.