“This Is The Last Time I Should Hear You Talk About Me,” Jalang’o Sounds Warning To Vincent Mboya

KEY POINTS

  • Radio presenter and comedian Felix Odiwour popularly known as Jalang'o has publicly announced that he has forgiven Vincent Mboya.
  • Mboya came into the limelight after walking in the streets of Nairobi with a placard requesting Jalang'o to help him clear his 3-month rent arrears.
  • The Kiss FM presenter cautioned Mboya telling him that he does not want to hear him using his name or chasing around for him with placards since he was making him look like a bad person.

Radio presenter and comedian Felix Odiwour popularly known as Jalang’o has publicly announced that he has forgiven Vincent Mboya.

Mboya came into the limelight after walking in the streets of Nairobi with a placard requesting Jalang’o to help him clear his 3-month rent arrears.

He was however deemed ungrateful after he publicly called upon Jalang’o to send him his location so that he can give him back the Kshs18, 000 weeks later.

According to Jalang’o, the 21-year old lied about refunding the money. He said that he had generously helped the young man during his difficult times but instead of being grateful, he chose to tarnish name.

“You never even returned the Sh18K but went ahead and edited messages to show you have sent me the money, why do that,” Jalang’o said.

The Kiss FM presenter cautioned Mboya telling him that he does not want to hear him using his name or chasing around for him with placards since he was making him look like a bad person.

“I have forgiven you and this is the last time I should hear you talk about me or follow me with placards. “You are making me look bad and I’m not that kind of a person. I’m a very good person, you looking for me with placards everywhere makes me look bad yet I have done everything I can to keep away from you and you still do the same.

“In front of these cameras I want to tell you to stop it. I have forgiven you and let this be the last time we are having this conversation,” said Jalang’o

He further asked Mboya to stop looking for cheap publicity but instead find something constructive to do with his life.

“I have told you that you don’t have to meet me for me to forgive you. I had already forgiven you. I can’t even talk to you because all you do is take screenshots and look for fame with them,” the Lang’ata parliamentary hopeful said.

“People work hard in this town and nobody will ever give you anything for free. You can get the fame but if you don’t know how to use it, it will drive you into depression,”  added.

 

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