Kenyan celebrities’ hits and miss of 2021

By Boniface Mithika | 5 months ago
Kenyan celebs hits and miss of 2021.

Terrence Creative ‘Wash Wash’ Series

Lawrence Macharia, better known by his stage name Terrence Creative, has been one of the most popular comedy acts in Kenya in recent years. Known for his different characters such as Kamami and Caretaker, it is his last three-part series dubbed ‘Wash Wash’ that was been a hit this year.

His online skits and the characters he depicts have earned him fans and other lucrative opportunities. The series that has amassed more than four million views on YouTube was based on the conversation about money laundering.

He came up with his newest character Papa Fred ‘Kemikal’ Ngamwaya where he flaunts the flashiest of clothes, jewellery, and dons lots of make-up. Armed with a heavy Congolese accent, he fleeces unsuspecting people with the promise of quick money in shady deals, scamming them millions in the process.

The thrilling series has propelled him to greater heights.


Eric Omondi Stunts

Comedian Eric Omondi has been on the headlines for the better part of this year. From threatening to beat Khaligraph Jones, exposing his baby mama and staging his own revolution demonstration, he has done it all. He has pushed boundaries with his clout chasing antics, we cannot write them all down.

Eric has constantly been at loggerheads with artistes both locally and internationally. Just recently, he ‘addressed the nation’ where he professed that he does not chase clout, rather, clout chases him.


Events safety

Not all events this year were well thought out and not all of them were bad. With the Covid-19 restrictions lifted, we all expected the entertainment scene to bounce back to its full potential.

But the return to nightlife concerts and festival outings has been bittersweet. Domestically, the safety of concert-goers and their belongings has been at the fore of things.

One particular venue has been on the receiving end despite positioning itself as the home ground of music festivities in Nairobi. 

During such concerts, there have been multiple cases of daylight theft, rape, and the underage being allowed into the party. The venue has been notorious due to insecurity concerns, yet organisers flock to the venue due to the expansive space.

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