Jamaican dancehall star Konshens reacts after Kenyans created his Nairobi senate campaign posters: “I give up”


  • Kenyans on social media made a campaign poster for Jamaican star Konshens ahead of his show on New Year’s eve
  • The poster ”claimed” the musician will be running for the Nairobi county Senator’s seat
  • The musician shared the campaign poster on Twitter and said he had given up with Kenyans

Celebrated Jamaican artists Konshens has reacted after Kenyans ”welcomed” him to the country in the funniest way possible.

Koshens for Senator

It goes without saying that Kenyans do not let moments pass them by without creating fun out of it.

Well, in their usual demeanour, Kenyans came up with a campaign poster for Konshens ahead of his visit to Kenya.

It is not yet clear who exactly created the campaign poster but it found its way online and actually went viral.

The poster had Konshen’s photo, his party ”SPK” and the seat he will be vying for.

Kenyans decided the musician should run for the Nairobi Senator’s seat in the upcoming election.

The musician came across the poster which gave him a cocktail of emotions.

Taking to his official Twitter account, Konshens shared the campaign poster Kenyans had made for him and disclosed that he has given up with this country’s people.

I give up

Through his caption, the musician not only said he had given up but also added a crying emoji.

”I give up,” Konshens wrote.

Konshen’s campaign poster comes barely a week after he assured comedian Eric Omondi that no international artist is trying to steal their shine and business during local shows.

Konshens responded to Eric Omondi after the comedian raised an issue with his visit to Kenyan scheduled for December 31.

The comedian shared a poster advertising the upcoming concert while decrying the state of Kenyan music.

Konshens responded, saying the post by Omondi had been brought to his attention and sought to establish what the former Churchill Show comedian concern was.

Konshens Vs Eric Omondi

The Girl A Bubble hitmaker further asserted that international artists have no intention of harming Kenya’s music industry.

Konshesn further stated that he turned down four offers to perform on New Year’s Eve at venues closer to Jamaica for Kenya, adding that it is not like they are broke and waiting to perform in Kenya to make money.

Konshens further urged Omondi to address his issues appropriately, likening his current tactics to ex-US President Donald Trump’s bid to keep out immigrants.

Source: Tuko

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