Exclusive: I don’t sleep with my female fans – says MCA Tricky

MCA Tricky has in an exclusive interview with Classic 105 reveled that the reason he does not sleep with his fans is because he is afraid of losing them.

According to Tricky, a fan has other friends who might be his fans, so ruining a relationship with one means severing ties with the others.

He also went to confess that no woman has ever dumped him.

I have never been dumped maybe I have never loved. The moment you allow fans to hit on you that becomes a mistake given once you sleep with a fan you end losing other fans.

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Churchill comedian MCA Tricky in the past clarified that people took things out of proportion after word went round that he wanted to date Akothee’s daughter.

Tricky says his only mistake was chatting with her in the comments section, it was very public.

I blundered by chatting with her in the comment section and everybody saw it. What people did not know is that people were watching.

The next thing I knew I was on blogs.

After hearing the news, Akothee summoned me at her home to ask me if I was serious about wanting to date her daughter.

Mca Tricky and Rue Baby
Mca Tricky and Rue Baby

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As you might know Akothee is a no nonsense woman and her character might have intimidated MCA Tricky to deny wanting to date Rue Baby.

You cannot just touch Akothee’s daughter just like that. I denied that I was in love with her daughter.

 

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A list of Kenyan celebrities who were once street kids

Most people wish to grow up in a family setting with parents or guardians to take care of you.

Although some are born into families that support them until they’re old enough to cater for themselves, there are those who don’t enjoy these benefits. Some are forced into the streets while still young where they grow up not knowing about their origin.

What are the reasons why many end up being street kids?

Peer pressure, poor parenting, and running away, passing on of parents, discrimination or being seen as an outcast, poverty, being chased away and others do it out of their own wish.

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Kids who end up in the streets sometimes resort to robbery, drug abuse and in the end, some of them are killed while others get rescued by good Samaritans.


Well, in the local showbiz  industry we have several celebrities who grew up in the streets and we’re proud of them for transforming into great people in the society.


From multi-talented singer Guardian Angel to Radio Jambo’s Annita Raey, meet the celebrities who tasted the hard and bad street life.

Guardian Angel
The gospel singer whose songs are currently topping the music charts grew up in the streets. In past interviews, Guardian has always narrated his past sad life experience and how he ventured into music to inspire the youth.

“We happened to have gotten to a place where it was a bit hard for us to hold on because my mother had lost her job and life was just hard and me being that kajamaa who doesn’t want to look at his mother go through some stuff so that life goes on and couldn’t just watch so I decided to go my way and let my mum figure her way out. I got arrested when I was in the streets. I was on the streets and I think the President at that time said the streets should be cleared. So I was among those who were cleared from the streets.”

Bahati

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His mother died when he was young, and was forced to the streets where growing up was tough.  He later went to ABC orphanage in Mathare slums and from there, he was nurtured into the man he is today.

Bahati

Annitah Raey

The radio Jambo presenter, now a mother of two, is never afraid of sharing details of her past. She’s been through a lot and just like some, her life hasn’t been a smooth path. Annita went to the streets when she was 13-years-old.

“I was so rebellious because I was raised by a very harsh mother. I started running away from home at a very tender age of 13 years and started living in the streets. I lived in the streets of Nairobi with the worst people in the society. Those were my friends. They used to treat me like I am the baby in their crew. You are the one who carried the drugs for them,” she narrated.

Adding:

“Then one day I was coming in with one of them, so we are at Moi Avenue, then someone hit me from the back, nkafikiri ni mwizi and I was like, anataka nini. I fell down and became unconscious. I did not have money but anyway I had drugs with me. They dragged us towards Jevanjee. They were two guys and both were from my tribe, I understood all what they were planning for me. So they raped me and that was the worst thing in my life.”

MCA Tricky

Self-proclaimed Member of Chokora Assembly joined the streets at the tender age of 12 after his peers convinced him to accompany them to Nairobi in search of greener pastures without the knowledge of his parents.

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“For three years, I experienced the vagaries of street life in Nairobi’s Saika estate, during which I worked as a vegetable errand boy to and from Gikomba market to survive,” he said in previous interviews.

MCA Tricky

Paul Clement

The Tanzanian gospel artiste also went through hell while growing up. He stayed in the streets depending on borrowing and searching bins for food as it is a norm by street urchins.

“I was a street kid for 8 years, My father had always wanted me to pursue another career and not music. Nia yake ilikua niwe laywer kama yeye. Issue za familia ndio zilichangia niwe street child. Nmashukuru Mungu kwa sababu malengo yangu yalitimia na bado yanaendelea kutimia. Nilikiwa street niliandika nikiwa kwa situation ngumu wimbo unaitwa ‘Juu ya mataifa yote’ huo wakati nilikua bado naenda kanisani.”

Paul-Clement

Ringtone

The controversial gospel singer spent most of his time on the streets. And just like street urchins, he ate from the bins.

Ringtone
Ringtone in sharp suit

In past interviews, Ringtone has always narrated that his mother dumped him at the doorstep of a bar in Nairobi’s Tom Mboya Street and left him at the mercy of the streets of Nairobi.

His uncle later found him and sent him to the village to stay with his grandmother who later passed away, leaving him once again at the mercy of the world.

He was forced to flee to the streets where he did everything urchins do because his family had allegedly rejected him until when he was rescued by a good Samaritan.

Papa Dennis

The flamboyant gospel singer also tasted the rough life of the streets.

In past interviews, Papa Dennis revealed that his parents passed away when he was very young and in Class 8, leaving behind three children. With no one to support or care for them, Denno had to turn to the streets to fend for himself and his siblings.

“I’ve been through a lot, and growing up an orphan really takes a toll on you. It affected me after primary school seeing other kids go to high school while I couldn’t. It hurt a lot. So I started taking on menial jobs to survive.”

He was later rescued by Sadat Muhindi, the CEO of Maliza Umaskini foundation that helps the needy and nurtures talent.  Papa Dennis celebrated his birthday yesterday.

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‘I blundered big time’ MCA Tricky on wanting to date Akothee’s daughter

Churchil comedian MCA Tricky has clarified that people took things out of proportion after word went round that he wanted to date Akothee’s daughter.

Tricky says his only mistake was chatting in public.

I blundered by chatting with her in the comment section and everybody saw it. What people did not know is that people were watching.

The next thing I knew I was on blogs.

After hearing the news, Akothee summoned me at her home to ask me if I was serious about wanting to date her daughter.

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Akothee's daughter Rue
Akothee’s daughter Rue

As you might know Akothee is a no nonsense woman and her character might have intimidated MCA Tricky to deny wanting to date Rue Baby.

You cannot just touch Akothee’s daughter just like that. I denied that I was in love with her daughter.

In the past Akothee’s daughter has shown interest in Mwai Kibaki’s grandson Sean Andrew. We can only wait and see where all these celebrity crushes lead to.

MCA Tricky is not the first person to have a crush on a fellow celebrity. Just recently Kenyan artiste Jegede expressed his undying love for Vera Sidika.

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List of Kenyan celebs who were once streets kids before fame

Living on the streets is not a walk in the park. Everyday we see scores of Kenyans forced to live in the streets owing to various circumstances.

A wise man once said that your past does not determine your future and going by how far these celebrities have come it is true.

Below is the list of celebs who once called the streets home.

1. Guardian Angel
The gospel singer, whose songs are currently topping the music charts, grew up in the streets. In past interviews, Guardian has always narrated his past sad life experience and how he ventured into music to inspire the youth.

“We happened to have gotten to a place where it was a bit hard for us to hold on because my mother had lost her job and life was just hard and me being that kajamaa who doesn’t want to look at his mother go through some stuff so that life goes on and couldn’t just watch so I decided to go my way and let my mum figure her way out. I got arrested when I was in the streets. I was on the streets and I think the President at that time said the streets should be cleared. So I was among those who were cleared from the streets.”

 

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2. Annitah Raey

The media personality, now a mother of two, is never afraid of sharing details of her past. She’s been through a lot and just like some, her life hasn’t been a smooth path. Annita went to the streets when she was 13-years-old.

“I was so rebellious because I was raised by a very harsh mother. I started running away from home at a very tender age of 13 years and started living in the streets. I lived in the streets of Nairobi with the worst people in the society. Those were my friends. They used to treat me like I am the baby in their crew. You are the one who carried the drugs for them,” she narrated.

Anita Rey

Adding:

“Then one day I was coming in with one of them, so we are at Moi Avenue, then someone hit me from the back, nkafikiri ni mwizi and I was like, anataka nini. I fell down and became unconscious. I did not have money but anyway I had drugs with me. They dragged us towards Jevanjee. They were two guys and both were from my tribe, I understood all what they were planning for me. So they raped me and that was the worst thing in my life.”

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3. MCA Tricky

Self-proclaimed Member of Chokora Assembly joined the streets at the tender age of 12, after his peers convinced him to accompany them to Nairobi in search of greener pastures without the knowledge of his parents.

“For three years, I experienced the vagaries of street life in Nairobi’s Saika estate, during which I worked as a vegetable errand boy to and from Gikomba market to survive,” he said in previous interviews.

MCA tricky

4. Ringtone

The controversial gospel singer spent most of his time on the streets. And just like street urchins, he ate from the bins.

In an interview with Dr Ofweneke, Ringtone narrated that his mother dumped him at the doorstep of a bar in Nairobi’s Tom Mboya Street and left him at the mercy of the streets of Nairobi.

“I was thrown away in a box on the streets , my father died when I was 5, I became a street boy  at the age of 7. I was brought up by my grand mother who later passed on when I was 7.

I have been employed as mtu wa mitumba. I also worked as a shoe shiner, later I went to Mombasa to be a beach boy before being taken to school by a church I am where I am today because of God’s grace. Nothing will ever make me leave him.”

 

ringtone-apoko

His uncle later found him and sent him to the village to stay with his grandmother who later passed away, leaving him once again at the mercy of the world.

He was forced to flee to the streets where he did everything urchins do because his family had allegedly rejected him until when he was rescued by a good Samaritan.

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5. Papa Dennis

The flamboyant gospel singer also tasted the rough life of the streets.

In past interviews, Papa Dennis revealed that his parents passed away when he was very young and in Class 8, leaving behind three children. With no one to support or care for them, Denno had to turn to the streets to fend for himself and his siblings.

“I’ve been through a lot, and growing up an orphan really takes a toll on you. It affected me after primary school seeing other kids go to high school while I couldn’t. It hurt a lot. So I started taking on menial jobs to survive.”

papadennis

He was later rescued by Sadat Muhindi, the CEO of Maliza Umaskini foundation that helps the needy and nurtures talent.  Papa Dennis celebrated his birthday yesterday.

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Ufisis Nayo!!MCA tricky caught thirsting over Akothee’s daughter Rue

Churchill comedian MCA Tricky is seriously thirsting over Akothee’s second born Celly Rue alias Rue baby, after a photo of Rue was posted online.

The Churchill show comedian couldn’t hold his emotions back when the Give It To Me hitmaker shared a photo of her daughter looking like a snack.

Akothee who is nominated in the Diaspora Awards together with her daughter wrote:

‘Tag her then vote for her Link on my bio”

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Akothee’s daughter Rue

The Churchill show comedian then responded to the singer telling her that they should talk about Rue. It seems he has been eyeing the model for some time now.

Probably, the mother of five should help this boy child.

Akothee, aki si tuongee vizuri hapa..if you know you know,” commented the comedian.

MCA Tricky akothee daughter

Rue already admitted that she was crushing for former President Kibaki’s grandson Sean Andrew. Ni tricky sana!

She told SDE,

“Sean Andrew, he looks presentable and has good looks. He is a model just like I am.”

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The good news is that the comedian is very single. He revealed in an exclusive interview,

“No, as we speak, I’m not dating. Not at all. My ideal woman is one that can improve my life, even if its by an inch.”

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Comedian MCA Tricky shows off his doll as Kenyans react in the most hilarious way

Comedian MCA Tricky is not averse to getting himself some of that Samantha sex doll action.

He showed off his new toy to the world in a short video. And Kenyans went wild. We are yet to hear what his girlfriends thinks of all this.

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Sample some of the reactions…

Moraa Momanyi: Buy a power bank first before Samantha.

Marshal: Unabuy Samantha Githurai unaenda kwa bafu..Ukirudi unapata ako nje anapiga mushene na wamama wa ploti.

Ken Obino: Hii bangi ni grade one found only in Kenya…I love being a Kenyan n am proud of it

Japheth Mwamburi: Na huyu #Samantha ni #Tricky sana! Boy child atakuwa slay king na ma #slayqueen watajua kupika ugali wa kurudia😂😂😂

Monicah Mwende: Tricky Sana. Samantha will drive people nuts. kumbe anajua kiswahili 😂😂😂

Steve Toroitich: Hahaha the boy child has been over empowered

KIJANA WA JANA: HUYU SAMANTHA NI SUMBUA TU.. YAANI LAZMA UMWONYESHE JIA YA NYUMBANI, A!

Esther Luvindi: Kujeni muone masaibu ya Samantha. itabidi boy child arudi tu kwetu

Desterious Lagat: Mtoto akililia wembe apewe, fimbo chapa…. Tricky xnaaaa, try plan B men

John Joy: Hahaha yu killed it iletwe ruaka sasa

Watch the video here

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‘I Represent The Street Kids’ – Top Comedian MCA Tricky Shares Emotional Story

 

MCA Tricky is without a doubt one of the biggest comedians Kenya boasts of. His style of stand-up comedy is second to none and he has managed to curve a niche for himself thus endearing him to thousands of fans.

The 24-year-old ‘Member of Chokora Assembly’, if you like, broke into the comedy scene about a year ago on Churchill show, where he won many hearts thanks to his witty jokes which surrounds the life of a street urchin and their daily escapades.

To some, he chose the street urchin character because it was super unique little did they know that he once lived on the streets for nearly three years as a young kid.

Speaking to BBC, the comedy star whose first name is Frank uses stand-up comedy to represent those suffering on the streets in his quest to make people understand and respect them as any other human being.

“I decided to represent the street kids, because I want people to respect them. I want them to look at me as their role model.

It’s not about taking them out of the streets physically, but you need to do it mentally. And that is the most difficult thing.”

Now a headliner at the comedy show, MCA tricky revealed that his top notch sense of humor rescued him from the streets after wowing judges when he auditioned for the show a while back.

BBC reports that his unique style which is inspired by his real life experiences has helped him give hope as well as inspire other street children.

He makes people laugh while also offering hope and inspiration to other street children.

He dreams of a day when not a single child will be compelled to sleeping and living on the streets.

-BBC