Kenyan comedian Timothy Kimani best known as Njugush has found himself in an online row with Sarah Kabu, CEO Bonfire Adventures tour company, over a tweet associated with a rival company.
The comedian, a brand ambassador of Bountiful Safaris, on Thursday, July 16, shared a video of his Maasai Mara tour where he and his friend Abel Mutua helped push Bonfire Adventures’ van that had gotten stuck in a muddy road.
This is the bonfire adventures video Face with tears of joy
Njugush and Abel walisaidia kusukuma gari ya bonfire but then uploaded a video
Sarah Kabu akasema wanaharibiwa jina. What is there to catch😀 pic.twitter.com/3z55myqDnE
— Mahenia Sam (@MaheniaSam) July 17, 2020
Sarah Kabu did not take the video lightly and went ahead to have the post pulled down sighting copyright infringement.
In a post that has since been deleted, Instagram threatened to have the comedian’s account deleted.
Many termed Sarah’s actions as petty saying she should have thanked the Bountiful Safari’s team for helping a Bonfire Adventure’s driver in need.