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Eric Omondi cracks ribs online after dressing like a female news anchor during weather forecast (Video)

September 17, 2020 at 15:10
Eric Omondi cracks ribs online after dressing like a female news anchor during weather forecast (Video)

Eric Omondi has left fans in stitches after his recent comic stunt went viral.

The funny kid decided to anchor weather forecast in one of our local media studios, wearing a tight ladies’ dress, old heels, full makeup plus a wig to complement his new look.

Eric Omondi imitating Michael Jackson

Taking up the role of our local news anchors, Eric walked in studios, acting like a slayqueen who had just landed the job, making funny poses and an attitude while giving her director all sorts of instructions.

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With that bossy attitude, Eric introduced the Friday bulletin explaining the reason he does weather for Friday is because he is hot.

It started off well until the camera zoomed into his scar-filled legs that completely turned off fans. He had such an attitude he would flip back his wig occasionally, laugh like a slayqueen and make all sorts of nasty comments about the weather updates.

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His post saw netizens take to the comment section, penning unprintable insults and making pleas to the government to save a lost soul. Have a look:

eddiebutita Uhuru fungua nchi tutapoteza Eric akitafuta unga


teacherwanjiku The legs took me out😂😂😂😂😂😂😂


true_mekenye Ni mimi tu naangalia kwingine??😂 Hiyoo miguu kama mabanio ya ugali mbavu zangu mm😂😂😂


kendi_farida How can I unsee this 😂😂😂


maimonaalli It is the shoes for me😩😂😂😂😂


thekingkaka Chali yako ako na shida kweli.


nginahmbelesia Aaaai eeiiish yani outwear hauna, mjulus inaonekana🤣🤣🤣🤣


tempestitouslyracheltemu Eric una nini lakini




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