Former Tahidi High actor Kamau Kinuthia alias Omosh has been the talk in Kenya for a better part of the week. Omosh who not long ago surfaced online while pleading for help attracted the sympathy of a majority of Kenyans who went ahead to contribute to him.
A few months later, he caught many by surprise after revealing in an interview that he is still open for support. His sentiments attracted anger, bashing, and ridicule from a section of his countrymen.
Businessman and politician Alinuur and comedian and radio presenter Jalang'o were among those who publicly disagreed with Omosh after he claimed he received contributions of less than a million.
However today June 28, 2021, another shocking video of the actor suggestively drunk has emerged. The video has been posted by the Nairobi Gossip club on their Facebook page.
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"Omosh needs rehab," the caption stated.
Kenyans who seem to have felt sorry for the actor have since taken to social media to sympathize with him.
Chol Warabek: "This is very sad...and please check on your friends who are getting drunk/high every day. They are not doing it for fun anymore".
Joni Don: "Most of us have a cousin, a brother, sister, or father struggling with addiction...I can only pray God to redeem him".
Jecinta Njuguna: "Never laughing for someone because we never know what he is going through...He really needs rehab".
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