Popular comedian and Mc, Jessy found himself on the wrong side of netizens. This is after he posted claiming that the one egg he ate in a famous restaurant did cost him KSh. 850. Netizens did not take it lightly and some replied harshly urging him not to follow Tahidi High actor, Omosh’s steps.
Netizens called on him to watch the way he spends his money. They do not want one day to be forced to contribute for his sake when he is broke and crying for help. Some netizens gave him options he would have taken instead of spending all that amount in consuming one egg.
Netizens warned him that incase he goes broke he should seek help from Uganda and not Kenya. Kenya has had a tale of celebrities making money, bragging about it, going broke and then crying for help, requesting it from the ordinary citizens who spend less than a dollar in a day. I think Kenyan celebrities are using Kenyans as insurance when they go broke. Here are some of the feedback from netizens
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