• The video ignited an endless discussion, with everyone trying to make their opinion heard.
• All this time, DJ Brownskin never said a word.
A few weeks ago, Kenyan disc Jockey Michael Macharia popularly known as DJ Brownskin was in the headlines after an undated video of his late wife allegedly taking poison under his watch went viral.
The video ignited an endless discussion, with everyone trying to make their opinion heard.
All this time, DJ Brownskin never said a word.
However, fast forward to April 29, and the talented DJ put up a post that seemed to be addressing his recent tribulations that left Netizens judging and castigating him.
In a post that seemed to address the situation Brownskin wrote;
“Anybody that believes lies about you before hearing your side of the story was already looking for a way to be against you,” read a quote shared by Brownskin.
Many who reacted to the post, linked it directly to the video that captured his wife taking an alleged poisonous substance.
In the video which went viral a few weeks ago, a man behind the camera is heard asking the late Sharon Njeri to go ahead and mix the concoction.
She willingly does so and gulps the content as the man continues recording. Within no time the woman is seen writhing in pain before everything goes blank.
The man is alleged to be DJ Brownskin who had two kids with the late Sharon.
Even though she took her own life in July 2022, it is not clear the motive behind the video being released recently.
Although no legal action has been taken against DJ Brownskin so far, popular lawyer Danstan Omari in an interview with The Star said that it was possible to charge the DJ with a felony.
Omari said that anyone who sees someone committing suicide and fails to take any action to stop or report the offence is guilty of a felony under Penal Code section 225 (Aiding suicide).
"If it is true that he was there, observed, and recorded, three offences were committed.
"The DJ never attempted to stop a commission of an offence, he never reported that there was a commission of an offence that has started and is going on. That is the first offence he will do, " Omari said.