Ever since he left radio, content creator Andrew Kibe has been on a roll, unleashing back-to-back videos on his YouTube channel.
He often gives his take on trending videos involving celebrities and a week ago he opined on one involving actor Joseph Kinuthia aka Omosh and the famous Pastor Kanyari.
In the video, Omosh appeared to be asking for deliverance and a few minutes after the pastor laid hands on him, he fell.
Kibe blasted the thespian for ‘cheap theatrics’ in a video that has over 100k views on his channel.
On Thursday, Omosh took to Instagram where he pretended to have been hurt by Kibe’s words in a separate video, before going ahead to mimic him and tell him off.
“Kwenda uko,” he said, at the end of his short clip.
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In 2021, Omosh asked Kenyans to assist him in purchasing a camera, tripod, lights, and a microphone for his comedy production as he tried to get his career back on track.
Speaking exclusively to Standard Entertainment & Lifestyle, the actor revealed that he took a hit financially following the outbreak of Covid-19 and Tahidi High’s cancellation in 2020.
"All this time I have been jobless without any source of income. I had tried other gigs but they did not materialize,” he said at the time.
Many Kenyans of goodwill came out to offer help and Omosh was even given a house along Kangundo Road.
At some point, his first wife Judy Wacuka aka Mrs Ngatia, also asked for a similar favour and the couple was called out for taking advantage of well-wishers.