Bootleg Comedian MC Jessy Apologizes

The Stale Jokes Churchill Show’s MC Jessy has apologized to a member of the audience who he embarrassed during the live recording. MC Jessy, apologized on Instagram saying he takes full responsibility.

Jessy referred to the man, identified as Mzee Achoka as ugly and a sponsor, claiming that no woman would want him

I had shared the post on social media demanding that he apologizes to the innocent Mzee.

“Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future. On behalf of Churchill Show & I, We want to take this apology to Mzee Achoka, his family and Kenyans in general,” a post shared by the bootleg comedian on Instagram read

Churchill has become notorious with stale Jokes that don’t inspire Kenyans at all. Most jokes are tribal, boring and uninspiring as opposed to comedians from other countries that promote change and give out content that is superior in quality.

It is time Churchill stops the show, to reflect and think deeply of what he is doing.

Unalipa Uchekeshwe, unaishia Kuchekelewa

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