With the evolving world of social media and comedians sprouting up to create content for their followers many don't really understand the obstacles the creators go through before the hilarious content is out there. This is because the creators only show the good side and never the bad side.
Kalenjin comedian today escaped mob justice after members of the public went for his neck while in the streets making content. The comedian wanted to pull a surprise like that done by the now-famous tiktoker dancer Moya David. He ambushed a vegetable vendor by snatching her vegetables before The vendor called for help and members of the public roughed him up.
The public as quickly as it is with thugs, we're all ready to beat him up. Only a fun who recognized him saved him from the rate mob. The vendor setback asking him that he should have said earlier they almost had him burned alive.
"Dancer? you should have said earlier, we almost had you burned alive, " she said.
The whole thing was stage-managed to portray the challenges the creators go through daily in their daily search for content for their always-waiting fun base. Be informed that the vendor and the "members of the public" were all playing the comedy. The vendor is a popular comedian known as Vitalis and stage name Senge".
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