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Omosh Features As A Vixen In New Kikuyu Music Video.

Former Tahidi High actor, Joseph Kinuthia better known as Omosh has been featured in a new music video which has since got Kenyans talking after its release.

The actor featured in a Kikuyu vernacular song titled Uyu Umwe by Ala-C.

In the video, Omosh features as a rich man who meets the lover of a humble man and wife’s her.

He is seen drives high end cars and own a huge mansion.

Notably, the actor cum comedian featured in a new comedy skit with Dj Shiti where he made fun of his begging escapades.

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In the skit, the comedian apologized to city politician Alinur Mohammed who just like many Kenyans was angry at Omosh for begging for help the second time.

“It’s not money I am asking for. I am requesting that you show me Alinur Mohammed’s offices. I am not going to beg, but thank him for coming to my aid,” Omosh said in the skit.

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Beggin Again.

As earlier reported by muranganewspaper.co.ke, the actor had called on Kenyans of good will to come through for him seeing that the money he collected previously had been exhausted.

He said that people pledged money but never sent it to him adding that he only got less than a million which he used to settle his pilling debts.

Omosh called on Kenyans to help him purchase a camera, tripod and lighting equipments which he said will help him set up a mini studio and start earning.

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In an interview on TV47, the actor revealed that as soon as his moment of fame ended, people turned their attention elsewhere.

“People pledged money that I have never received. I got less than a million which I used to settle my debts,” he stated.

“I am ready to work as a sweeper before I bounce back,” he said.