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Netizens Impressed as Terence Creative Makes Debut on Citizen TV’s Zora Show: “Hii Ni Moto”

  • Comedian Terence Creative aka Papa Freddy made his debut on Citizen TV’s local series, Zora, on Wednesday, November 24
  • His fans could not keep calm after spotting their creative comedian in the highlight video that Zora actress Jackie Mutabia shared on Instagram
  • Netizens expressed their excitement and surprise in the comment section of the post as they confirmed their support for Papa Freddy

Kenyans on social media have yet again expressed their love for comedian and YouTuber Terence Creative aka Freddy Ngamwaya after he made an appearance on Citizen TV’s Telenovela Zora.

Terence recently made himself a household name after his creative comedy skit dubbed Wash Wash (Kemikal Ngamwaya) went viral.

Terence to act on Zora series

On Wednesday, November 24, actress Jackie Matubia alias Nana on Zora, shared a short clip, detailing highlights of the day’s episode and fans were quick to spot Terence in action.

Netizens reactions

musyimi_felix said:

“Today’s episode must be very hot. Even Papa Freddy has appeared.”

shiku_spence commented:

“Wait a minute, you mean Ngamwaya is in the building.”

jamiejoom said:

“What! Wash Wash himself. This is going to be lit.”

Wacheke said:

“Huyo ni Terence.”

Terence hires chopper and boats for 3rd Wash Wash

Papa Freddy recently wowed Kenyans for another time after releasing the third part of Wash Wash.

The third episode, released on Wednesday, October 20, is the top trending video in Kenya and has thus far garnered over 260,000 views.

In his usual flashy display Papa Fred moved his victims in a fleet of Range Rovers and at one point, even boarded a chopper.

After acquiring money from the clients, Fred took them to the island via boat so as to hand over the title deeds.

Terence faces backlash from a section of fans

As previously reported by TUKO.co.ke, the comedian evoked mixed reactions on social media after asking Kenyans to support him financially to help him with his work.

In a bid to expand his production and give Kenyans better entertainment, Terence took to his Facebook page and shared a poster thanking his fans for making him a big brand with a poster appealing for donations from anyone.

A section of his fans bought his idea and promised to support him with even a number confirming they had sent him some money whereas some bashed him for publicly asking for financial support.

Source: Tuko

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