I am sure you have been to these social media streets and noticed the #saveourjobs, #lifetheban.
A hashtag that has seen many deejays post on and Kamene is here to tell them t stop the lies. They know what they want and it has nothing to do with restaurants because they are still operating.
"Restaurants do not have DJ's and bouncers so that hashtag is not viable. All these guys posting this had 21 days to prove themselves and they misbehaved then Uhuru got mad and shut down this turn-up life." Kamene said
Jalang'o was quick to tell the likes of Kamene that alcohol has nothing to do this hashtag.
Let's bring it home, we wanted to go to Emara but we didn’t because what more. Normally we go to the restaurant to eat, drink and listen to like background music.
Nameless who was in studio today was in agreement with Jalas saying that there is more to the DJ's posting on the same.
That hashtag represents a mind-frame of more than just their career. Saying that there is a bigger problem than corona. Everyone has a perspective so save the restaurant hashtag is representing yes there is COVID but there is more to the situation.
Kamene jumped saying,
This hashtag should have been '#saveoursherehe'. Do not drag a respectful industry and jump on it and bring them in.
To which Jalas brought it closer home for Kamene to understand.
"Kunabore kwa restaurant, unakula nyama in silence. So now people are not eating in restaurants. That is how they are being affected. Okay, you went to Sarova over the weekend in Mombasa, how many pools were open? One out of all the swimming pools the have. The spa was closed yet someone just wants to relax. So what does alcohol have to do with these things I have mentioned? The security guards are less, the groundsman is one per hotel."
Nameless tried to make Kamene understand the situation is more than just Kenyans wanting to party.
"The problem is if you keep someone locked in for three months, someone can go mad. People were getting sick so they just needed a break. Back home I was suffering. On social media I will put a smile and for sure I love my family but the reality is we were chizing in the house."
We need to create acceptance with this new normal. It is cheating ourselves that staying in the house will stop us from getting COVID. It is everywhere. So where in Nairobi don't we have corona?
Jalas concluded this discussion by asking Kamene,
Up to date, we are testing and having 700 plus positive even after it was closed, so why are you wekelaing alcohol and the numbers are still high. So where are they getting it from?
To which Kamene answered by saying that the thing is we misbehaved and so we deserve the punishment.
To calm everyone down, Nameless dropped his new song, 'Sing my song' which got them all dancing in studio. Learn the routine from Kiss100Kenya Instagram page and jam to his new big tune below: