Eric Omondi gave Mpasho.co.ke a tour of his huge abode today. While at it, the comedian also spoke about various topics.
One of them was about his recent war of words with Andrew Kibe. He explained why he had gone to war with the former radio presenter, saying,
"You know Kibe is my friend. I just wanted to warn him a bit. If he tries again, I will release videos and pictures of Judy."
We asked him how he knew about Judy?
"Isn't Kibe leaving in a house? He isn't leaving on the streets. Isn't he a Kenyan? Don't you know your neighbour at the moment? We are a community, especially Kenyans in the diaspora. We are so tightly-knit, I have people on the ground. She is a Kenyan woman. Ni mama mzee, anaitwa Judy and we have receipts."
He reiterated that Kibe was his friend and he was unsure as to the reason he had come after him;
"Kibe is my friend, I don't know why he is doing whatever he is doing."
Eric then went on to explain that cross-dressing had been a big part of his comedy act.
"I started doing the cross-dressing in High School. Before me, there was Big Mama, Miss Doubtfire. Comedians use different attire for the purpose of entertainment."
Before finishing by asking Kibe to stop imbibing alcohol and other things while doing his Instalives;
"It is an old tradition. I have done it from the days of Churchill Live. It is not something new. So Kibe starting to criticise me for something I have done for so long...He should stop doing the Live when he is high. It is affecting his thinking."
Check out the video interview below:
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