Singer B Classic spoils actor Omosh with camera, tripod and microphone.

 Singer B Classic and actor Omosh

Popular Coast musician, Dennis Manja better known as B Classic has finally handed over a camera, microphone, and a tripod as earlier promised to former Tahidi High actor Joseph Kinuthia popularly known as Omosh.

As captured across social media, the signee from Champion Studio’s signee gifted Omosh with the production set on Monday, July 19.

B Classic on his Instagram account sharing photos at his music studio where the controversial comedian received the pieces of equipment.

‘‘As I promised that I will get Omosh presents so that he can work and progress his life, I have done my part and have finally handed the presents to him,” B Classic wrote.

Actor Omosh Receives his much-awaited camera and tripod set.


Additionally, the musician disclosed that he might be featuring Omosh in one of his songs to be released anytime this year.

”Many of you do not know that Omosh’s other hidden talent is music. Working on a collabo with Omosh,” B Classic added.

The surprise gifts have come barely a few weeks after Omosh pleaded for more financial support for a second time citing that well-wishers never gave him 1 million shillings as promised.

However, he was later cornered to apologize to angry Kenyans after they found his sentiments disrespectful and entitled whereby he lacked appreciation for their efforts in giving him hope and getting him out of his state miserable life.

In a recent interview with YouTuber Hiram Maina alias Kamuhunjia, Omosh thanked netizens saying he will forever be grateful for everything they did for him as he managed to clear his debts and build a house.

Singer B Classic and former Tahidi High actor Omosh.

The thespian however emphasized that he had so many pending debts and thanks to Kenyans who contributed, he was able to clear them all.

The father of five further pleaded with Kenyans to stop castigating him and find a place in their hearts to forgive him.

He further came clear that on the part of begging for a camera, tripod, and lights, which he says was real because he wants to be a professional comedian.

“It was on a lighter note. You have seen my interviews, I’m a jocker, you know I am an actor, an entertainer – sort of a TV comedian, I can say something to make you laugh, and you guys are like what? Forgive me, I know I have hurt many people,” Omosh said.

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