“Very sad I’ll miss my nganuthia whips,” Terence Creatives sarcastically tells Andrew Kibe.
In a surprising turn of events, the YouTube account belonging to renowned social commentator Andrew Kibe has been terminated.
Kifeee, a Kenyan native who currently resides in the United States, has been a prominent figure in the world of online commentary, using YouTube as his primary platform to engage with his audience.
The announcement of the account termination was met with shock and disappointment from Kibe’s followers, who eagerly awaited his content on the platform.
In response to the strike that led to the termination, Kibe expressed his sentiments, saying, “Train ili toka stenje kitambo, hizi ni kelele za chura. Time ya LIVE ni ile ile aisay,” which roughly translates to, “The train left a while ago, these are just the croakings of frogs. The time for going live remains the same.”
The strike notification from YouTube simply stated, “The YouTube account associated with this video has been terminated.” However, it’s unclear what specifically led to this drastic action taken against Kibe’s channel.
Notably, Andrew Kibe had previously hinted at the possibility of moving his content to another platform once he was done with YouTube. This termination may have accelerated his plans, leaving his fans curious about his next move.
Google Help provides some insights into the termination of YouTube accounts:
If a channel is terminated due to copyright infringement claims, creators can file a counter-notification if they believe the claims are incorrect. However, the process may be affected if the counter-notification web form is inaccessible.
YouTube may suspend accounts temporarily or permanently for various reasons, and they have the authority to terminate accounts without providing a specific reason.
Creators have the option to appeal a termination by creating and submitting a video appeal or by contacting Creator Support from within YouTube Studio. A decision is typically provided within 14 days.
In light of his YouTube channel’s termination, Andrew Kibe is exploring new avenues. He revealed, “I have been testing out the live feature on Yafreeka, and I am confident we shall be going LIVE this Friday. Sign up there and start uploading your content. We are the content cartel! Meanwhile, catch me tonight at the same time on X, Rumble, Instagram, and TikTok. The train left the station, bruh!”
Many celebrities are overjoyed by the news because Kibe always finds a way to whip them in his comedy shows as he calls it on YouTube.