• Mbosso was recently interviewed by Wasafi and made the stunning revelation.

• The musician explained that the condition is so bad that he was warned he might have fertility issues after the age of 30.

Bongo star Mr. Yusuf Kilungi aka Mbosso has revealed that he is suffering from severe heart problems.

The 29-year-old WCB artist has revealed that he has been battling the situation for a long time. In an interview with Wasafi Media, Mbosso explained that the condition that causes his body to tremble was caused by a blockage in his arteries.

"I have been told my problems are due to my blood vessels being blocked by fat. I have had this condition since I was born," Mbosso said.

The musician revealed that there are times when the condition causes so much numbness in his body that he loses consciousness.

Mbosso said the disease is present in his family and he has had it since his birth. He said that there is still light in the dark as there is already a plan for the situation to go abroad.

"I have been pressured to keep on exercising. There are also professionals I have contacted. I have to travel to meet them," he said.

Mbosso said he would travel for treatment after arranging his affairs at home as treatment would take a long time.

He revealed that she was seeking treatment because doctors had previously informed him that his illness might lead to infertility after turning 30.

"The doctor told me my condition was probably going to get worse after the age of 30. He said it might lead me to never have children again without treatment," he said.

The musician also made it clear that not many have been aware about his illness. He revealed that only his parents, his baby mamas and his boss Diamond Platnumz have been aware of the situation.

WATCH: For the latest videos on entertainment stories

Check out the latest news here and you are welcome to join our super exclusive Mpasho Telegram group for all the latest and breaking news in entertainment. We would also like to hear from you, WhatsApp us on +254 736 944935.