Mulamwah made the viral announcement last week that he would be leaving the world of Kenyan comedy after what he described as online bullying.
The popular Churchill Show comedian seems to have had a change of heart and has decided to release some new material in what he describes as, “something that makes me happy.”
The comedian announced his return to comedy on Saturday, April 18, in a video shared on his social media accounts saying support from fellow Kenyans and colleagues had made the difference.
In the video labeled Back Like We Never Left, Mulamwah revealed the people who made a huge impact on him going back to comedy.
“I want to personally thank Jalang’o, he came through and talked to me with assurance all will be well. Akothee also came out and cried for all artists. Kenyans on Twitter and every other person who offered support, I want to thank you,” he said.
The comedian also commended Ezekiel Mutua, gave him a call encouraging him to continue doing what he loved. “Personally I spoke to Ezekiel Mutua who told me it was not the end but the beginning for us to produce more clean content for the society and to overcome other challenges,” he added.
He also spoke about allegations from Kamene Goro who said the comedian had bullied her. Mulamwah blamed it on being a young artist and a bit ignorant as he was just coming up.
“I was a small artist and I did not know a lot, I tried DMing her for an apology but it wasn’t fruitful. We met at an event but when I went to say “hi” she acted like she did not know me. I hope that next time when a lesser entertainer comes to you asking for an apology, please take it,” he urged.