Local comedian Amandeep Jagde has caused a stir on social media after he opened up on his rough upbringing in South B estate of Nairobi.
The comedian of Asian ethnicity said the joke which has since gone wrong during an interview on Citizen TV’s daybreak with Kimani Mbugua.
South B is predominantly owned by middle-class families.
“I was born in South B, I grew up in a very rough neighbourhood,” he started.
In describing his tough childhood, he described not having memory cards for his playstation as the biggest hurdle he faced growing up.
“We didn’t have memory cards for PlayStation,” he said.
His confession has received a lot of mixed reactions from Kenyans. While some thought it was funny, some have rebuked him saying it is not funny.
Wordsmithsosa said, “huyu ajapitia kitu like fr we past over hills and valleys to go to school.”
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I think it was better because it made us more connected to each other but now gadgets made us more connected to technology that its radiation from them killing us slowly , i miss the old times
Msee kama hatujui kuzaliwa Kwa family ya Mhindi na nyinyi ni middle class Sharrraaap!!!🤣🤣🤣 juu wahindi ndio maballer over 🇰🇪 . Shida zao ni different na wale wa kuiba 10bob ya Nani na kuchapwa wiki mzima
Wee need more honest people like this … Tuliweka credo ya soo ndo tutext messo 100
🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣 thats such a rough childhood. Gosh. I can also imagine how Leather seats were
😂😂😂do some people even know tough means what ???😂😂😂
Omg that must have been so rough and hard…sending kisses and hugs😢