Kamala entertained millions of fans during his in-ring career. Even after his days in the ring he continued entertaining as a country music artist. Now he is in a really bad condition and needs some help.

The Ugandan Giant is on the verge of losing his home. So Mark Henry and Brian Blair are trying their best to help out the WWE legend who sadly is not a Hall Of Famer.

The former Killer Bee Brian Blair recently sent out an open letter to fans explaining Kamala’s awful situation.

“Dear Friends,

Many of you were entertained in the world of professional wrestling by ‘Kamala’ the Ugandan Giant, aka James Harris. James is in desperate need right now to spare his home. If his taxes are not paid in full by April 15th, the county will take his home, as verified by the Tate County, MS Tax collector.

James ‘Kamala’ Harris is a double amputee and must go to dialysis 3 times per week, for his diabetes. Even though James made decent money in the wrestling industry, there is proof that he often did not receive the same payoffs as many of his opponents. Why? Was it because he was a ‘Yes’ man to the promoters? Maybe his race in some instances? Could it be his unbelievable kindness to everyone? I don’t know the answers but I do know that James, his wife and family need us all right now!

I humbly implore you to donate whatever moves your heart, to save the Harris residence…it’s basically all that they have, other than a Ford Excursion with almost 400,000 miles on it and a lot of love in their hearts.

My deepest gratitude, the Harris family’s deepest gratitude and may you be blessed for your kindness!

Sincerely, B Brian”

If you can help Kamala in any way with the smallest contribution it would be greatly appreciated. You can find out all the details on how to help him here.

There is a lot of money to raise in order to get the $12,750 needed to help out this pro wrestling legend.

Felix Upton

Felix Upton has been writing professionally since 1989. His first writing job was penning advertisements for local newspapers around New York. After selling his grandfather’s pinball repair shop back in 2017, he was hired on for publish news for Ringside News.

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