Kenyan comedian “Pro Fate Comedy” in tears after TikTok account with 2.1 million followers is deleted

Pro Fate Comedy – Kenyan comedian Protus Wangamati popularly known as Pro Fate Comedy is in tears after his TikTok account with 2.1 million followers was deleted.

Taking to his Facebook page, Pro Fate expressed his disappointment as he pointed fingers at his haters who reported the account.

“The devil has won, my tiktok account with 2.1 million followers is gone, I have worked so hard to get this number of followers aki then all vanished lime that, thanks alot to those who reported my content so that I could Lose my account,” he wrote.

Pro Fate Comedy
Pro Fate Comedy

“Some people are commenting that my account was banned because of copyright for using people songs or mimicking, well that’s not the case. All artists i have done their songs challenge will never ever report infact they are always happy because we support them and make sure their songs are loved, I have find one suspect.

Someone who always wanted to bring me down, right now he is so happy that I have lost my account and he is from my home ground kibera.

“No artist can report any content creator, because they need us and we need them, the people who report us are the people who don’t like what we do, I have one suspect already
You will never rise by bringing someone down.” he added.

Pro Fate Comedy

The rise of Pro Fate Comedy

The crazy and creative comedian was born in July 1995 Kanduyi, Bungoma County.

Profate began his film career in 2015.The bulk of his work is mostly comedic, often parodying characters of authority such “patanisho”.

Pro fate versatility enabled him to portray a wide range of comic characters using different accents and guises, and he would often assume multiple roles within the same film, frequently with contrasting temperaments and styles.