Kenyan Celebrity Mulamwah is the latest victim to fall into cyberbullying and this has greatly affected his career.
As a sign of finally doing away with entertaining Kenyans online, shared on his Instagram a video of him burning his signature jacket one that he uses as a prop on his short comedies online.
Mulamwah did his to ascertain his fans that he could not handle the pressure any more and he’s finally decided to end his online career.
“It wasn’t an easy decision to make. Am sorry guys, what was to make me happy makes me more sad, more enemies than friends, too much negativity, trolls. I wasn’t here for fame and bad blood but for fun. ” he wrote.
Mulamwah who has over the years created a huge brand for himself through online comedy even hosted on Churchill show this was not an easy decision for him to make. amassing a lot of followers on social media along the way has decided to do away with comedy.
Sharing some word with his haters, Mulamwah wrote, “To those who always wished the worst for me I hope y’all happy now, the stage is all yours. My prayer is that no one else goes through the same again.”
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It wasn’t an easy decision to make . Am sorry guys , what was to make me happy makes me more sad, more enemies than friends,too much negativity,trolls. I wasn’t here for fame and bad blood but for fun. Shukran sana kwa the support from the fans and everyone else who made it a success .To those who always wished the worst for me I hope y’all happy now , the stage is all yours . my prayer is that no one else goes through the same again. I once posted @carrol_sonie while in a hospital bed , we had just lost our baby at 3 months following stress after being trolled online. I have never been the same since then . Pole sana pia for all who looked up to me especially the kids, I have failed you 😔, but keep your heads up . We shall still meet on different entertainment platforms , social media ADS and product campaigns too. GOD BLESS. Asanteni 🙏 . Konki 🙏 .
Mulamwah has been on the receiving end of online trolls which has seen him trend on Twitter for almost a week and for no good reasons.
Kenyan celebrities hopped in giving their word of encouragement asking Mulamwah to reconsider his decision on calling it quits.
Jalang’o asked Mulamwah to get back up and continue as the journey was never meant to be easy. “Kijana kesho ukiamka enda sokoni uchukue nguo ingine kazi iendelee…you cant make everyone happy! Even Jesus was crucified!! I know sometimes it really hurts but truth is no one has ever made it without haters!! ” Wrote Jalang’o.
Media personality Betty Kyalo, who has had her fair share of trolls wrote, “Haters will always be there. Ignore, don’t read hate, don’t invest your time on hate but invest it in God family, and the people who appreciate your work. It’s not over until God who is THE ULTIMATE says so. Get up! “
Fellow Comedian Dr. Ofweneke shared his sentiments encouraging Muamwah that the journey was never meant to be easy. “Good news is only God is the author of your destiny and many great stories are made out of people like you and I,wake up tommorrow smile and ask yourself why you have been doing it in the first place.” wrote Ofweneke.