Nameless claps back at fan’s comment suggesting he should have died instead of E-Sir

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 2 Aug, 2021 16:59 | 2 mins read
A photo collage of Nameless and E-Sir. PHOTO/COURTESY
A photo collage of Nameless and E-Sir. PHOTO/COURTESY

Kenyan artist David Mathenge alias Nameless did not hesitate to clap back at a fan's comment suggesting he should have died instead of E-Sir.

For some odd reasons, a fan hopped on his Instagram and wrote a comment claiming that E-sir would have impacted the music industry in a better way than Nameless have.

This, he said referring to their latest reality show which he believes was to boost their reviews and diverts from their music.

Taking to Instagram, Nameless, in a lengthy caption said that he knows for sure E-Sir is watching him and is proud of him further adding that he is doing his best to be authentic and entertaining to the best of his knowledge.

"I really debated about if I should answer this comment. However, I will answer even if I think you could have phrased it better. So here goes...

"First, I really don't know why Esir had to die that day, I also wonder how it would be like if he was alive, I don't know, I just do my best with what I have in the same way I know he would have done his best if it was him in my shoes. We had different strengths so I know his impact would be different but meaningful in its own way. I know for a fact if he ( Esir) is watching me he is proud of my journey because he knew what I was all about."

Speaking on their reality show, Nameless wrote in parts;

"On the issue of sharing more about our journey than before, this is because me and Wahu are at a stage in life we want to share some of what we have learnt along the way, for someone who is interested to learn something from our marriage and/or music journey and hopefully live a more effective life."

"We are in the halftime stage of life so we are reflecting on a lot about our first half of life, questioning and adjusting our different world views so that we live more effectively. Through capturing and sharing this part of our life journey, we know that someone can learn something from it."

In conclusion, he said;

"We also try to do this in the most positive, entertaining and authentic way that we know how. But we are also aware that not everyone will learn from our journey because we have different paths, different experiences and different stages of if you don't like it, I understand. Some people really appreciate it. And that's how life works."

E-Sir passed away on March 16, 2003, aged 21 in a tragic road accident in the company of Nameless and another friend who survived.

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