It was a sad day on August 5, for music video producer J Blessing and his wife Chantelle as they finally laid to rest their son, Kyle at the Lang’ata Cemetery.

A 6 months old Kyle passed away on July 30th after being admitted in hospital for almost a week following a short illness.

The popular video producer took to social media to pen a heart warming tribute to his son and to thank all those who have showed their support to him and his family in these trying times.

The couple still have an outstanding medical bill which is around Sh.840,000. To contribute towards settling the bill, you can send your contributions to; Paybill: 303030 Account: 2025020971 (From any mobile phone line).

J Blessing’s moving post read,

Words can’t say enough. Today we celebrated the life of#KyleBlessing. Our grief is real, our tears are real but so is our hope in God.

We witnessed Kyle’s legacy unfolding today as we celebrated his life. Men, women and children held hands as we declared words of forgiveness and Love to one another.
We appreciate everything that everyone did for us. In our moment of great trial, the body of Christ stood with us and let it be seen that we have love for one another.

Psalms 133:1 says, behold how good and how pleasant it is when brethren dwell together in unity.

I would like to appreciate each and everyone of u, that has been our support system. May God richly bless you. For your giving,prayers and encouragement. I appreciate.May God bless and expand every boundaries with Favor.

In the words of the late Myles Munroe, Don’t die old, die empty. I will miss you son”


Chantelle wrote,

“I will really really miss you my love, you will always be my son, my first born, my everything my will was to have you for a 100 yrs but you are an angel that God really wanted, I am blessed to have had you for all those months you taught me a lot, I will always celebrate you my munchkin. I know you’re smiling from above, I love you my son.”

The Nairobiwire team wishes JBlessing and his family strength and peace of mind. May Kyle rest in eternal peace.