Churchill Show comedian Jasper Murume has maintained that his bicycle jokes that led to the show being pulled off air were prepared in accordance with media law and ethics.
The show was last Sunday abruptly stopped after 25 minutes because jokes by the comedian were considered too explicit for family viewing.
In case you missed those jokes, watch HERE.
Jasper, alongside fellow comedian Zeddy have been heavily criticized for their skits, but the Meru comedian has hit back on social media saying his intentions have always been to bring smiles on people’s faces.
“Whenever I step on that stage I have the best intentions. To bring a smile, if not laughter to your day. Nothing less,” wrote Jasper.
He added: “I know about media law and ethics and I prepare my acts accordingly.”
He also appreciated Churchill Show for nurturing his talents
Whenever I step on that stage I have the best intentions. To bring a smile, if not laughter to your day. Nothing less. I thank God for Churchill Show. They have believed in me and nartured me from nothing to what I’m becoming. I know about media law and ethics and I prepare my acts accordingly. Thankyou my fans for believing in me. As far as am concerned, am still #yournigah #yournGuy #YourmBoy #theOG #CashMoneyBaiteMurumeYoh #baiskeliManenos #Godspeed