They say that no man is an island. This saying comes from a sermon by the seventeenth-century English author John Donne.
The meaning is that no one is self-sufficient; everyone relies on others. This phrase comes to mind when one thinks of Blessed Njugush’s relationship with Catherine Kamau aka Kate actress.
The thespian penned down a message of appreciation to comedian Timothy Kimani aka Njugush for teaching her how to hustle on social media.
Kate used social media platform Twitter to thank Njugush for the impact he had had on her career, saying, “An appreciation tweet for @BlessedNjugush, I am literally living off social media gigs because you held my hand, you showed me the ropes .you are appreciated litu bro.”
The object of her praise was magnanimous and responded with the message, “Thanks so much wamapupuu…..but…can 2020 look at us the way you look at me…..”.
The two who are family friends who acted together on local TV drama Sue na Johnnie. And Kate Actress isn’t the only celeb who has credited Njugush with helping her career.
Last month, popular TV director Abel Mutua also credited Njugush with being a huge factor in his success in the last two years.
Abel said that the comedian had been “taking care” of his family for the last two years after the director helped guide his path in the film industry.
This is because Njugush allowed Abel’s wife Judy Nyawira to become his brand manager. And the earnings she has been getting has helped with the needs at their home.
Clearly, Njugush is one of those celebs with the rare combination of immense talent, perseverance, humility and above all a giving heart.