Comedians Churchill and Terence Creative.

Content creator Lawrence Mwaura, popularly known as Terence Creative, and his wife Milly Chebby, over the weekend left comedian Daniel Ndambuki, aka Churchill, speechless. This is after the couple surprised him with a new iPhone 12 Pro Max estimated to be worth around Sh150,000.

Dressed as Papa Freddy, a fictional character whom he has brought to life through his Wash Wash skits, Terence went on stage accompanied by his wife and handed Churchill their birthday gift. Overwhelmed by the gesture, Churchill hugged them tightly, expressing his gratitude.

Describing him as their mentor, Milly revealed she met Terence through Churchill, who had then provided a platform for both of them to nurture their careers.

"That's your gift from Terence and I. You have been a supportive mentor, you employed us and that is how we met, may God bless you," Milly said.

Taking to social media, Terence also said that Churchill had played a critical role in shaping the man he has become.

"Many happy return to you on your special day, I have nothing but gratitude and respect for you. You're a gem in anyone's life, but especially in mine. I owe you a lot for giving me direction to my career, to many more Sir Churchill," wrote Terence.

In a quick rejoinder, Churchill expressed how proud he was to witness the growth and direction of Terence's life.

"Ahsante sana baba Milla...nice to see how you have held on to your craft. Up all the way...ngakubali," Churchill said.

Just a year ago, Milly and Terence publicly acknowledged and appreciated Churchill's efforts in supporting them to find a footing after a cheating scandal rocked their marriage. 

During an interview, Chebby explained that Churchill asked them not to address the matter in public.

"We need to thank our boss Ndambuki. He's been our mentor and friend. In fact, that time when all was happening alikuwa anatuambia keep it rooted, don't answer anyone, don't say anything, and just be easy," Milly said.

The two met in 2013 during a meeting that Churchill organised. Through a video uploaded on YouTube, Terence revealed that he was not thinking about relationships when he first met Milly.

"We met in 2013 February at Carnivore where I was working as a creative at Churchill show. I saw Milly during a meeting for creatives. During the first shoot of Churchill's show, I saw her again making a call. I couldn't help but admire her. At the time I was not thinking of a relationship, I was going through a hard time," Terrence confessed. ?