Holy Dave Speaks Out About Bar Fight
Kenyan artist Holy Dave has spoken out for the first time about the bar fight that he was involved in last October. In an interview with Massawe Japanni, Dave said that the fight was a minor disagreement that was exaggerated after the other person realized he was a celebrity.
Dave said that he was at a bar with some friends when a man who he did not know approached them. The man was drunk and almost fell on Dave’s friends, so Dave’s security guard intervened. The man’s brother then started attacking Dave, and a fight broke out.
Dave said that he did not use a bottle to attack the man, but that the man was injured by a glass that Dave was holding. Dave said that he did not want to press charges against the man, but that the man demanded money from him. Dave eventually paid the man 150,000 shillings to avoid going to court.
Dave said that the fight has had a negative impact on his career. He said that he lost some deals after the fight, and that some brands have asked him directly about the incident. Dave said that he believes that God is using this experience to teach him to behave himself.
Dave said that he has increased his security since the fight in order to protect his brand. He said that he wants to focus on his music and his career, and that he does not want to be involved in any more fights.
Here are some additional details from the interview:
- The fight took place at a bar in Kilimani, Nairobi.
- Dave said that he was with a group of friends at the time of the fight.
- The man who attacked Dave was also with a group of friends.
- The fight lasted for about 15 seconds.
- Dave said that he did not sustain any injuries in the fight.
- The man who attacked Dave was taken to the hospital for treatment.
- Dave said that he has not been in contact with the man since the fight.
Dave’s story is a reminder that even celebrities are not immune to violence. It is important to be aware of your surroundings and to take steps to protect yourself, especially when you are in a public place.