Kenya Rapper Timmy Tdat has finally joined the long list of Kenya celebrities who have committed social media suicide.
Timmy deactivated his Instagram account hours after his raunchy video song ‘Vitamin U’ featuring Tanzanian singer Rosa Ree’s was pulled down from Youtube.
“Sorry, this page is not available, The Link you followed may have been broken or the page may have been removed, “reads Instagram message.
On the other hand, his video vixen/lover was summoned by Tanzania film board and forced to issue an apology.
“Radhi. Ningependa kuomba radhi kwa waliokwazwa na ile video iliyosambaa mtandaoni. Leo hii nimefurahi kukutana na Bodi ya Filamu Tanzania ???????? @tanzania_film_board na wamenielimisha mengi kuhusiana na sanaa na kanuni zake. Tutaendelea kufanya kazi pamoja ili kuweza kuifikisha sanaa ya Tanzania mbali Zaidi. From now kazi zangu zitakuwa up to standards,” wrote Rosa Ree.
Video pulled down
Vitamin U was pulled down from Youtube after Kenya Film Classification Board CEO Ezekiel Mutua reached out to google over nudity.
“Google has confirmed to us that the two videos Tarimbo by Ethic and Vitamin U by Timmy Tdat are not available on YouTube to users with restricted mode turned on. Google has facilitated restriction for kids as long as the restriction mechanism is activated. The Board shall be vigilant to ensure this kind of unpalatable content is not accessed by children,” Mutua said.
Mutua was not the only one but many people expressed their concerns on social media over the level of nudity portrayed in the video.
In the video, a naked Timmy is seen caressing a nude Ree in a bathtub with the singer’s hands cupping Ree’s breasts.