Veteran rapper Francis Amisi popularly known as Frasha has called out comedian Eric Omondi after he released a video, endorsing Jimi Wanjigi for presidency in 2022.
In a post seen by Nairobi Leo, Frasha said youth should not be used by politicians and instead fight for their own space in politics.
He went on to say that young people should only stand with those who have their interests at heart.
The former P-Unit rapper said Wanjigi is no different from the leaders we currently have and has nothing new to offer the youth.
"For once I thought @ericomondi was serious with the youth agenda only to find out that he's the president of comedy for real. The youth should stop being used and fight for there own space .We need to stand with those who have serious youth interests at heart."
[Eric Omondi with youths endorsing Jimi Wanjigi]
"@jimi.wanjigi as nothing new to offer the youth he's in the same category with the rest of the presidential aspirants so kama yeye ndio solution ya #fagiawote2022 Sisi tutaanza na yeye .This is a new youth revolution. Will only support the youth agenda," he wrote.
Comedian Omondi shared a video calling on the youth to look at the bigger people and side with a leader that minds their wellbeing.
He added that Jimi Wanjigi was the best bet for the youth in next year's general elections.