The Kipopo hitmaker, Timmy Tdat, might be spending some time in jail again after a photo he shared holding a gun went viral. The captionless photo was shared through his Instagram account.
Kenyans stormed the comments section telling him to take caution or else he lands in jail. Here are some of the reactions;
Gidy25: Sawa wacha uone utafika kwa matiang’i #ifikie matiang’i
Blir Masai: Si ilikua unakill bila gun 😂😂😂gun inatoka wapi tena😂😂
Mshonity: Make sure umekeep in touch na dj afro …😂😂
Lucky D: They gonna arest you ooh
Even P: Kwani umekua terrorist
Davykesh: Buda cheza chini.. Naskia Hessy anakutafuta😂😂😂😂
Fasto: Umejiweka shida budaah…. Umepata wapi romeo…. Utafikishwa jela gathee
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IG Joseph Boinett previously ordered that individuals found wearing replica police or military attire will be arrested and prosecuted. The police service said in a tweet incidents of civilians wearing clothes that resemble those of the disciplined servicemen was creating confusion amongst the public.
Boinnet said people are finding it hard to distinguish genuine police officers from civilians donning replica military or police fatigue.
If Timmy gets arrested, it will mark his second time there. He had previously been arrested and locked up at Parklands Police Station for several hours for a traffic offense he committed.
The rapper was arrested by two traffic police officers along Muthithi Road in Parklands, Nairobi.
Explaining the event, Timmy said; “I made a wrong turn while exiting a petrol station without knowing the police were around. They followed me and after stopping they wanted to handcuff me hence the scuffle. Luckily, there was someone who recognized me and took a video and shared it on social media.”