Mulamwah seems to have gotten over the hectic week he had, and is moving on, seemingly getting back to the thing that made him a household name – his comedy.
The man is in the news again after a video of him in a marijuana field made the rounds courtesy of a video Eric Omondi posted on his Instagram page.
The video comes hot on the heels of the day marijuana enthusiasts across the world on celebrated the “herb” – which was marked on Monday, April 20.
For those in the dark, on April 20, otherwise read as 4.20, millions of people world over, users and non-users of bhang, celebrate it yet it remains illegal in many parts of the world.
In the hilarious video Eric posted, Mulamwah is seen celebrating the day by showing much support to the ”herb” on social media. ”Farming is good for your health meeen,” he said, while pruning the marijuana leaves.
The video seemed to have been leaked by an unknown party as it was not available on his social media pages. Many condemned the person who leaked the video and those who have been sharing it online, worried that police could arrest him, thanks to their posts.
Eric’s video itself was a rendition of the popular death memes that feature the Ghanaian pall-bearers who dance with the coffin of the departed. The video starts with Mulamwah pruning what looks to be marijuana.
From there, Eric takes over with 3 other men dancing to the popular beat that has inspired many death-inspired memes. The purpose of Eric’s video is to ask the question; “What trouble if any will Mulamwah’s handling of the weed cause for him in the future?”
Also, will Ezekiel Mutua still want him to become a clean entertainment ambassador after he sees this video?