Entertainment industry is one of the very famous and competitive industries in Kenya. Entertainers, especially comedians must have good and unique content to remain relevant. Without all this plus consistency, fans will get bored quickly and change their attention to others.
Eric Omondi is one very creative and consistent comedian. Despite him being in the industry for over ten years, he always looks for news ways to retain his topic. He was formerly in Churchill show under Daniel Ndambuki but chose to try on his own.
He is the most followed Kenyan on Instagram and also has over 2 million Facebook followers. In the past he had a show "wife material" which brought out diffrent opinion even from Ezekiel Mutua who critised it. Also, he recently features in a beauty product advert which left many talking.
One can assume that Eric tries to create controversy to remain relevant because his dress code mostly is a topic of discussion.
Below are some photos of him on his unique outfits. What is your opinion on Eric's outfits? Leave a comment below.
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