Andrew Kibe has announced his next move after YouTube terminated his channel which had nearly 500,000 subscribers and accumulated 160 million views.
Media personality Andrew Kibe has announced his plans to move to another platform following the termination of his YouTube channel.
Andrew Kibe’s channel was terminated on September 11, and he took to his X (formerly Twitter) to express his frustration with the loss of his channel.
It is not clear what circumstances led to the termination of Kibe’s YouTube account which had nearly 500,000 subscribers 159.5 million views and 3,000 videos.
In his latest announcement, Kibe said he would be moving to a new platform called Yafreeka.
He added that he would continue engaging with his followers on TikTok, Instagram, Rumble and X.
“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 same time here on X, Rumble, Instagram and TikTok. The train left the station bruh,” he said.
Kibe is known for his controversial opinions and humorous punchlines that have made him one of the most entertaining personalities in Kenya.
Kibe started his career as a radio presenter at NRG Radio, where he co-hosted the breakfast show with Kamene Goro.
He later moved to Kiss FM, where he hosted the morning show alongside Kamene Goro.
In 2020, Kibe quit his radio job at Kiss 100 and relocated to the USA, where he now creates and promotes content on his YouTube channel.