Cyberbullies made it again! Comedian Kendrick Mulamwah, popularly known as Mulamwah had no hope for his career but to quit comedy.
This is after he faced cyber bullying for a long time.
The fast-growing Luhyia comedian took to his social media pages on Monday evening to apologize to his fans for the decision he had decided to take.
When Comedian made it public that he had quit his career in comedy, citing criticism and cyberbullying, Kenyans were all over social media begging him not to give up.
Jalango, Bahati, Churchill, Akothee just to mention but a few celebrities took to their social media handles to talk sense into Comedian Mulamwah so he could get back to into the game and stop letting people get inside his head and try to destroy what was in him.
Singer Akothee in a lengthy post on Instagram took this opportunity to share with Mulamwah how he was once a victim of trolls and cyberbullying, of how people made fun of her and said all the negative things about her.
An angry Madam boss poured out her heart on how she suffered ten times humiliation and trended for weeks, but she did not call it quits because she was not doing it for the gram. From all that negativity, Akothee landed international deals and she has not stopped growing ever since.
Since he went missing in action, people have not stopped asking him to come out from where he is hiding. Moral Cop Ezekiel Mutua also joined the bandwagon in encouraging Mulamwah and asking him to speak up.
“I hear that twitterates are driving @mulamwah out of comedy & into depression. Bro pick yourself up and give me a call. I will buy you a new shirt, mentor you and make you an ambassador of clean content. The best way of dealing with cyberbullies is to refuse to give up!,” he wrote.
Ezekiel Mutua’s plea must have hit home hard as Mulamwah finally broke the silence and gave him a call. Mutua took it to twitter to share the good news and asked all the naysayers to watch this space as he was going to turn Mulamwa into a testimony.
Mulamwah responds to Mutua’s offer.
“I finally spoke to @mulamwah. Watch this space. His setback will be his comeback. Besides my desire to nurture his talent, I’ll help him know how to deal with cyberbullies – those mean guys with PhDs (pull him/her down.) Shame them by excelling in our work. Results vs insults!”