Jimmy Gait trolled for crying on live TV – VIDEO
Gospel musician Jimmy Gait was on Saturday trolled on social media by Kenyans after he broke down on live television.
Mr Gait was being interviewed by Anita Nderu on NTV’s weekly show, The Trend, when he suddenly burst into tears.
Apparently, the artiste got emotional over the incessant memes that he has been subjected on social media for one of his songs, Yesu Ndie Sponsor.
“Ive done so many good songs for people. Every other day you pass in a club or in an event you hear a Jimmy Gait song, and people forgot all that. They were insulting me and saying all sorts of things… it was difficult for me, because I’m human, and I have emotions, I have feelings…” Gait said before trailing off and bursting into tears.
But if he thought getting emotional on live TV would win him sympathy, he was dead wrong. His teary moment only attracted more ridicule from the unforgiving Kenyans on Twitter.
Here are some of the reactions from social media:
@ntvkenya “Jimmy Gait”crying on national television!!!! I know he is now in studio for “Yesu ndiye hankerchief” song?????
— Wekesa denis (@Wekesadenis) May 19, 2017
@ntvkenya ….snap out of it, Kenyans feel hunger pangs n pay taxes for no value every day…..n they don’t go mopping around abt it!!
— oliver wabwire (@oliverwabwire) May 20, 2017
@ntvkenya Crying for who now!?!? Go home cry baby!
— Miss Muhoho Kenyatta (@misssKenyatta) May 19, 2017
@ntvkenya Hii tabia ya wanaume was Kenya kulia Ruto,Jaguar now you.tuletewe wa mexico sasa.
— EurobondAnalyst (@RRosheeroh) May 19, 2017
@ntvkenya Khaligraph was trolled for bleaching and we never saw him cry coz he knows we’re his fans either way. That’s how people have fun here, meeen
— Village Idiot (@Odhis_) May 19, 2017
@ntvkenya @Crayboyy316 Hahaha, unalilia yesu ama ntv rudi studio angusha ngoma “Twitter kuna sheitani” waiting
— Henry Spoilt (@HenryLentoijoni) May 20, 2017
@ntvkenya @elvinaomalla Did he just say I have done good songs for the people? I thought he did for Jesus to spread the Gospel. But wacha aendelee kuimbia Mungu.
— Enock Sikolia (@enocksikolia) May 20, 2017
@ntvkenya If you can’t handle criticism, don’t do stuff that will put you in the limelight
— Miss Boss (@AlinaMaria123) May 20, 2017