Artist have been enganging their viewers and lovers through various ways. Before Covid-19 outbreak, there used to be live shows and performances but gatherings and meetings were discouraged to help fight the virus.
Those measures did not completely deter artists from performing and engaging with their viewers and followers. Thanks to the internet, many upcoming young stars resorted to producing, posting and circulating their artwork through various social media platforms.
One of such talented artists in Kenyan is Mulamwa. The guy started coming to the limelight after he featured in Churchill show standup comedy and his jokes got him well with many Kenyans. His rib cracking comedy was well received and within a short time, Mulamwa had a large number of followers.
Currently, he produced and circulates his artwork content majorly through the internet and his fans network has been growing day by day.
In one of the pictures posted by mpasho news on instagram, Mulamwa surprised his followers after taking a selfie in his car.
What was unusual was that he has used covers made for coaches while inside the house and covered his car with.
Mpasho could not understand the logic and to Mulamwa they wrote, ' vitambaa ni za nyumba' translating to, ' those covers are for coaches'
Reacting to mpashogram's statement, some people questioned whether that was Mulamwa.
Another follower on a lighter note questioned, ' shida ya Waluya Huwa Gani'? Which loosely translates to, 'what is the problem with Lughay guys.?' this is attributed to the fact that Mulamwa is from that community.
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