Erick Omondi, Kenyan comedian, claimed that he is staying celibate till marriage, he said he is not even a fun of sex to begin with.
Omondi, who us geared up for a premiere of his new season of Wife Material, stated that he is keeping himself pure until he marries.
"I have decided to keep myself pure until marriage and I hope people will respect that," Eric said.
"I personally I'm not a lover, I'm not a fan of sex and sex is not something that I think about or I'd love to do."
According to Omondi, who claims to be Africa's President of Comedy, sex is a distraction that will derail his successful comedy career.
The show had run headwinds after Ezekiel Mutual, the former boss of KFCB, demanded an investigation into the comedians conduct regarding the conversial Wife Material show.
But Eric Omondi, who has now promised a bigger and better season of the show says he is focused on the career and avoids anything that would impact his career negatively.
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