'wachana na huyo jamaa' eric omondi tells artist not to depend on ezekiel mutua after he withdraw financial support on bahati
Eric Omondi and Ezekiel Mutua [photo courtesy]
byJune 15, 2021
King of comedy Eric Omondi has weighed in on the fact that KFCB Boss Ezekiel Mutua cancelled the 200k financial support he had promised to singer Bahati.
Through an Instagram post, Omondi stated that What Ezekiel Mutua did was wrong, so he opted to sponsor the Mi Amor singer's Album launch.
He further stated that Bahati has every right to create the content he does, clearly pointing out that he is an entertainer and a father of four, and he has a family to feed
His post read;
So When I heard that @bahatikenya's Sponsorship worth Ksh 200,000 had been Cancelled just a few hours before his event, as the PRESIDENT of Entertainment I had to step in and reinstate the Sponsorship personally. I honestly dont think @bahatikenya did anything wrong. As creatives sometimes we are called upon to do just that...be creative. Bahati did whatever he did just to push his album and that's how he puts food on his table. The guy is a father of FOUR bwana😥😥😡😡...But just like @mulamwah he has learnt his lesson. When he called me to ask for number ya yule CEO, si munajua yule jamaa wa vipindire I told him Wachana na huyo jamaa hasaidiangi watu but hakuskia. Next Time Tafuta PRESIDENT bwana Wachana na Ma CEO, ama namna Gani my friend?
Upon seeing the post, Bahati replied with a thank you message to the comedian, urging fans to support his Album 'Love like this'.
'THANK YOU MY BROTHER!!! ASANTE SANA P.O.C.A!!! #LOVELIKETHIS 🌹 ALBUM IS DROPPING EXACTLY AT 10 AM OFFICIALLY ON BOOMPLAY!!! LETS GO STREAM THE NO.1 ALBUM RIGHT NOW🔥' read his post.