Willis Raburu talks about celebrities faking sickness to create content

By , K24 Digital
On Fri, 11 Mar, 2022 20:00 | < 1 min read
Willis Raburu PHOTO/Instagram
Willis Raburu PHOTO/Instagram

Media personality Willis Raburu is seemingly fed up with the rising publicity stunts.

Willis has called out celebrities who are faking sickness to advertise a medical facility, saying that one doesn’t have to be sick to showcase a hospital since content creation is a vast field.

In a lengthy post on his Instastory, he wrote:

"Healthcare in this country is very expensive and clearly more needs to be done. However, the latest trend has been hospital influencing. I will never tell somebody not to get their bag if it's in a way that fits them and is legal. Just, be careful with the lines that you all are crossing," he wrote.

Raburu’s comment comes days after Pastor Size 8 shared a video in a hospital where she was trying to reach a wheelchair in the presence of a doctor and an unknown lady.

In the caption, she revealed that she was not doing well and went ahead to caption the name of the hospital. While most people wished her a quick recovery, some questioned the motive behind documenting the entire thing.

Willis further urged celebrities to be cautious when advertising so that they don’t give their viewers the wrong impression. He said the hospitals that are being advertised should be able to offer the same treatment to common people.

He however did not mention names and cautiously said those were just his thoughts.

"I don’t know where the shoe pinches, some could be genuine….these are just my thoughts, get your paper boo-boo! But be careful," he concluded.