MC Jessy: I was once a ‘shamba boy’ for an MP

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Kenyan comedian MC Jessy. PHOTO | CHARLES KAMAU

Every successful person features a story to tell of his or her journey to prosperity. Jasper Muthomi, populary known as MC Jessy, also has his story back then before he become a household name.

The comedian, currently charges not less than Sh 0,000 to host a gig, has spoken about his humble beginnings by being a ‘shamba boy’ (farm hand) to the celebrity entertainer of which he is usually today.

MC Jessy, who hosts Churchill Raw show says of which after completing form four education, he relocated to Nairobi to try along with also make a living.


He began out by putting up at a former classmate’s parents’ home in Kawangware where he learnt to cook along with also sell mandazis along with also chips.

After staying with the family for several months, he bumped an old friend who happened to be a son of a Member of Parliament at the time.

Within a short time he moved to his friend family’s residence in leafy city suburb. On noticing how close he was to his son, the MP, whose identity MC Jessy declined to reveal, decided to employ him as his ‘shamba boy’.

Fast forward. MC Jessy has since made of which in life by being a ‘shamba boy’ to one of the most marketable entertainers in Kenya who easily get signed for advertisement deals with top companies.

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MC Jessy: I was once a ‘shamba boy’ for an MP

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