A viral video a few days ago grazed social media sites after an upcoming musician was recorded on video taking his own life.
In the video the said young man who was recoding himself had tied a rope in a tree where after reading out loud a suicide note he flipped a Jerry can reportedly killing himself instantly.
However, the man who was then identified as Mr. Di then has come out to rubbish the claims that he was no more.
In a video posted by Nairobi gossip, the young man said he was creating awareness of the youths and how people were suffering in the entertainment industry.
He also went further to explain why he did the act and what it was meant for.
I committed suicide on live Video to create awareness that it was not all about taking your own lives when things got out of hand.
In the past few weeks, Kenyans have been killed and later taking the own lives under some unclear circumstances.
Just yesterday a junior police officer went on record killing his senior and injuring another in Nyamira County.
Harsh economic times have been the root cause of young men and women taking their own lives.
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