David the Student makes comeback on Churchill Show (Video)
This comes months after being accused of conning Kenyans in US
David re-surfaced on the comedy show during the Nakuru Edition that premiered at NTV on Sunday.
In videos uploaded on YouTube, the funny man is back to his groove and ready to crack Kenyans up with his catchy Jokes.
In a statement seen by Pulselive.co.ke, David apologized to all the people he borrowed or lent money from which he hasn't refunded.
He owned up to his actions after a section of social media users who had fallen victims of his behavior, cautioned their Diaspora friends to watch out for the comedian's con actions.
“Hello, I have spent time reading this, and some of it is true(the borrowing of Money) But I have never told anyone my Dad has cancer. Coming here(America) made me realize life here aint what we see and think there’s a dollar tree falling and people catch…being here for a couple of months had made me appreciate the hard work most of you guys (Kenyans in America) work so Hard to take care of your families and to live the American Dream. I apologies to anybody and everyone those I borrowed and those who lent me and I’ve not refunded. I take full responsibility and I am ashamed” wrote David the Student.
His apology was prompted by reports that the comedian was conning Kenyans in Diaspora with fake stories about his family Members.
David who had a one-time gone to audition for America Got Talent, used to be housed by a Kenyan promoter Steven Mbugua, who stays in US, but they parted ways after he received numerous complains that his guest was conning people.
He jetted back into the country early September, but decided to keep a low profile from the public eye.
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