Popular comedian Crazy Kennar on Thursday, July13 released a statement after claims of fallout with his crew and sinking into depression.
The content creator thanked his fans and everyone who checked on him during his short break from comedy.
“My dream has always been to put a smile on as many faces as possible and each day when I wake up, I always embark on a mission to touch a soul through comedy.
I always endeavor to ensure all my online contents have a positive impact on anyone who is on the verge of falling into depression,” read part of the statement.
Further, Kennar stated that he had received overwhelming messages from people with suicidal thoughts and financial challenges.
“These people have no one to talk to; in fact, from their testimonies, they have no hope in sight,” said Kennar.
In addition, the content creator urged his fans to care about the wellbeing of their colleagues and help him reach the huge number going through difficult times.
“I desire a family that believes in the wellbeing of the person next to them. Every time I make you smile share it with a person you could feel could be having a problem and just tell them, they will alright,” he said.
Kennar revealed that he will be creating content for the remaining days of the month to put smiles on the faces of his fans.
On Tuesday July 4, crazy shocked fans with a post on social media accounts reading ‘Depression is real’ with broken heart emojis.
Speculations were rife of a fallout between Crazy Kennar and his crew comprising of; Yvonne Khisa, Stanley Omondi, Cynthia Wanjiru and Bushra Sakshi.
Moreover, the reports intensified when his crew members unfollowed him on social media and posted updates signaling and end to the once united group.
The comedian who calls himself “Content Cartel” won Silver in the 6th edition of the Kuza Broadcasting Awards on 16th June 2023.