Comedian Wakimani has explained how he lost many friends because of his drinking habits. He would go out for drinks with friends and after a night of partying he would black out and never remember the activities of the night before.
Speaking to Massawe Japanni on her show on Radio Jambo narrated how he fought with a policeman and later the activities that followed.
Cops arrested him and beat him into submission, chiding him for beating one of their own.
“I FOUGHT A LOT WITH PEOPLE AND IT WAS NOT A GOOD THING. THAT IS ONE THING I WOULD NOT LIKE TO REMEMBER. IT HAS NOT BEEN EASY, IT HAS NOT BEEN FUNNY.”
Wakimani said that his biggest regret when he was an alcoholic was the drama and fights he got into that lost him a lot of friends.
“I REGRET THE FRIENDS THAT I LOST. I ALWAYS WANT THAT CHANCE TO REACH OUT TO THEM. I WOULD LIKE THEM TO KNOW THAT I’M REALLY SORRY ABOUT WHAT I PUT THEM THROUGH, I KNOW THEY DID NOT KNOW WHAT I WAS GOING THROUGH, MAYBE WE MIGHT HAVE FOUGHT OVER SOMETHING VERY MINOR, BUT I’M SO SORRY. “
“THE PERSON THAT I MISS THE MOST IS A FRIEND I LOST CALLED AYIEYA POA POA. HE WAS ONE PERSON WHOM I COULD SHARE EVERYTHING WITH EVEN WHEN I DON’T HAVE A BOXER, I WOULD TALK TO HIM. NOWADAYS I FIND THAT I TRY TO MAKE NEW FRIENDS JUST TO TALK.”
Wakimani could not elaborate further on the night that Ayieya died saying that “the case is in court, it will prejudice it. The case began on Monday and the next hearing is in March 3.”