EM: In brief who is Julius Kwangu? JM: Julius Kwangu Majenesi is a simple guy who loves God and loves to laugh a lot. Why the tag name Masaai? Masaai came even before I got into the limelight. I used to graze cows, that is where the name Masaai was coined from. EM: Share your
EM: In brief who is Julius Kwangu?
JM: Julius Kwangu Majenesi is a simple guy who loves God and loves to laugh a lot. Why the tag name Masaai? Masaai came even before I got into the limelight. I used to graze cows, that is where the name Masaai was coined from.
EM: Share your background with our readers?
JM: I come from a disadvantage background where we couldn’t afford a meal so we had the option of taking local brew chang’aa to be our meal.
EM: How do you juggle all what you do considering you are a jack of all trade?
JM: I must say combining all what I do isn’t easy but if you are creative you wouldn’t find any difficulties in doing all this.
EM: You are among the new actors in the rebranded TV series Vioja Mahakamani how did you land a chance in the series?
JM: Yes I am among the new actors in the show I landed a chance when I took part in the KBC competition dubbed Last Laugh and the judges so me fit for the role they took me in to replace the other Masaai and so I had to be unique and also fit in his shoe so the only way out was for me to be more funny.
EM: What was the reaction of you parents and peers when you joined the entertainment industry?
JM: Ooooh one funny thing is that my father still presses me to find a new job and that what am doing is making noise and that can’t be called a job.
EM: How do you rate yourself? What proves the score?
JM: I rate my self 80% because I have put a lot of weight behind what I do. The proves are the awards I have won and the platform I have graced.
EM: You often post encouraging advice and moving testimony in your social media handle have you considered of being a motivational speaker?
JM: I haven’t ventured into the motivational arena but I feel I have the heart of speaking a reason for one to see life at a different angle. Many starters in the industry want to be big in a day without even working on the basics.
EM: What’s your advice to them?
JM: My advice to such people is that they should take thing step by step if the want to have a steady career.
EM: What’s your 10 years vision?
JM: I want to have my production company where I would create movies and funny videos plus am also on my channel called Masaai ni Masaai.