Comedian and actor Nicki Bigfish has urged Kenyans to embrace comedians and people in the creative industry since their aim is to put smiles on people's faces.

This comes after Nicki was beaten by angry people on 4th Wednesday while pulling a prank during his Ebru TV Show dubbed Jibonge.

The actor further added that there was no need of panic since they always delete the footage of people who are not comfortable appearing on the show.

We are just trying to put smiles on your face – Comedian Nicki Bigfish after beating incident
We are just trying to put smiles on your face – Comedian Nicki Bigfish after beating incident

"Kindly embrace us as your sons and daughters, it’s never that serious we are just trying to put smiles on your faces coz Kenya sahii watu wana pitia vitu mob sana and we understand. Plus we always delete footage of those people who request us to do so" said Nicki.

"I urge the government to put measures to protect us guys in the creative industry by legislating laws which will ensure that we do our day to day hustle without or with minimal obstacles" added the comedian.

He thanked everyone who stood by him after the incident and asked people to respect what other people do be it as a passion or a way to put food on the table.

We are just trying to put smiles on your face – Comedian Nicki Bigfish after beating incident
We are just trying to put smiles on your face – Comedian Nicki Bigfish after beating incident

"This incident is one among many that we go through as we shoot our pranks. Just like any other job there are risks that comes with what you do, all we need is to respect what people do (legal) be it to pay bills or even as a passion. Thanks to everyone who has stood by me during this unfortunate incident" said the actor.

The MC also shared a part of the video where he was pranking two gentlemen before he was roughed up.

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