‘Depression Is Real’ Fans Concerned After Crazy Kennar’s Posts Amid Bitter ‘Content Cartel’ Fallout

Popular Kenyan content creator Kennedy Odhiambo alias Crazy Kennar has perplexed many after sharing a cryptic message on his social media platforms.

On Tuesday, the normally-jovial Kennar posted; ‘Depression is real’ with a broken heart emoji attached to his statement.

However, the creator, who shot to fame during the Covid-19 pandemic and has gone on to be one of the biggest content creators in Africa, provided no context for his post, leaving fans scrambling to understand what exactly was going on. 

Comedian Crazy Kennar and his Content Cartel crew
Comedian Crazy Kennar and his Content Cartel crew

This comes amid speculations of a possible bitter fallout with his crew.

Kennar and his crew, dubbed ‘Content Cartel’, sparked breakup reports late last week after curious fans noticed that most have unfollowed each other on social media – and all have unfollowed him. 

Against the backdrop of his ‘depression’ posts, one of his most prominent female crew Yvonne Khisa also shared a cryptic message seemingly hinting at trouble in paradise.

“Toxic people acting as a victim is the funniest thing ever,” she wrote.

Another crew Wanjiru Africas wrote; “Men can leave you in the desert with no water. No, actually men will leave you in the desert with no water. Anyway, another day to remind you to fight for your space unapologetically.”

Wanjiru also shared a GIF on Instagram stories dancing to the song, “Clout” by Cardi B.

In May, Crazy Kennar parted ways with his ‘Tales of the Crazy Kennar’ director Stanley Omondi, alias Stano, with whom he founded the popular ‘Content Cartel’ comedy group.

In subsequent posts, Stano would flatly deny falling out with his erstwhile partner Kennar saying he has decided to focus on solo projects and growing his own brand.

“Crazy Kennar and I are on good terms; let’s stop the ongoing propaganda. Currently, I’m out of screen because I decided to do my own videos and I’m more than glad to see y’all love them. Keep supporting the whole team as well,” he tweeted.

In 2022, another member, Stephen Otieno, better known as Useful Idioty, left the ‘Tales of the Crazy Kennar.’

“I have not fallen out with anybody, I have started afresh,” he said, adding that he had taken a back seat to focus on his education and solo projects.

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