Netizens React After a Video of Omoshi From Tahidi High Crying for Help to Fight Poverty Emerge
By PaparazziwaMtaa | self meida writer
Published 15 days ago - 1 views
Omosh is the former actor from tahidi high local film that airs in citizen tv and a pioneer in popularisation of sheng.
A video of the actor has circulated on social media where he is crying for help from well wishers so that he can survive in these hard economic times.
From what he is heard saying,he is currently fighting poverty and depression due to joblessness.
The confession got Kenyans by surprise wondering how a man who was so famous could live in such abject poverty with no one to help.
This is not the first time we have heard renowned people especially from the entertainment industry suffering from depression.It seems the industry especially for comedians and actors is not very favourable.
Due to such sufferings some end up indulging themselves into drug abuse leading to even death.
Here are some of the reactions from Kenyans on twitter;
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