Sammy Kioko is a famous comedian in the country whose unique talent leaves many people laughing out loud. He rose to fame after winning the Ultimate Comic Show. Ever since then, he has been sharing content after content with his fans on his social media platforms.
He is a teacher by profession and this explains why most of his comedy is in a school setup, and he works alongside his colleague called Tom Daktari.
Well, since he has to bring out the humor in everything he does, he shared a dance video he recorded sometime back dancing to a Tiktok challenge alongside Azziad Nasenya.
From the video, he was whining his waist and shaking his behinds just like the queen of Tiktok did. When this video went viral, netizens attacked him saying that it is not right for a man to dance like that and especially because he had worn a skirt.
Some of those sarcastic comments made on his dance video read:
Here is the link to the video that Sammy Kioko shared online:
Is there anything wrong with Sammy Kioko's dancing? Let us know your opinion on this in the comments section below.
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