Crazy Kennar pays tribute to late son in unique, thoughtful way

• The comedian stunned Kenyans during his popular sold-out show when he revealed that he had lost his unborn son.

Crazy Kennar with his loving partner
Image: Instagram

Content creator Crazy Kennar is paying tribute to his late child in the wake of his announcement days ago that he had passed on.

The entertainer has changed his Instagram profile picture removing his to remain black. A dark profile could indicate mourning.

Kennar did not share any comments on the death of their child. The bereaved parents spoke out about their loss separately.

On December 16, 2023, during his show at KICC dubbed Happy Country, Kennar said his son died four days before the show.

Kennar who was seen visibly shaken in a video on several blogs, expressed the difficulty of facing such a tragic loss. He did this while preparing for the anticipated show. 

“I have gone through one of the hardest things. I was to come here as a father, but unfortunately, my son died four days ago. It has been a very tough journey for me because we had to go through that and at the same time, make the show,” he said.

Kennar, who has previously spoken about depression, called on those attending the show,  to extend compassion and support to one another. 

“Whenever you see someone walking and they are smiling, just go and ask them if they are okay. Let’s be our brother’s and sister’s keepers and love one another,” he emphasized.

Natalie Asewe, his partner on her Instagram said she experienced deep loss in a tribute to their late child.

On Dec 22 she got candid about it saying undoubtedly one of the most difficult things a person can go through in life. 

"They say there’s no greater pain than childbirth, but I disagree. The greatest pain in the world is carrying and delivering a child that you never get to raise."

She shared photos of her never-before-seen pregnancy and candidly spoke about her grief on social media, writing in an Instagram post, 

"They say there’s no greater pain than childbirth, but I disagree. The greatest pain in the world is carrying and delivering a child that you never get to raise."

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