- His last notable performance in Kenya was during the highly celebrated New Year's Eve concert in 2021, held at the Carnivore grounds in Nairobi.
- The touching scene captured Konshens sharing a warm, prolonged hug with the devoted fan while gently rubbing her back.
Jamaican dancehall sensation Konshens, widely adored in Kenya, had a deeply moving encounter with an ardent fan that nearly brought him to tears.
In a video posted on Instagram on Sunday, the artist shared a heartfelt moment as he embraced a woman who had tattooed his name on her chest.
The touching scene captured Konshens sharing a warm, prolonged hug with the devoted fan while gently rubbing her back.
Expressing his admiration, the "Bruk Off Yuh Back" crooner acknowledged the fan's genuine love for him and his music.
"Brought me to tears, I froze up and couldn’t let her go in the club and she wouldn’t let me go either in this packed hot club in Nairobi. It's not because she tatted my name, it's because she wasn’t flirting, wasn’t trying to hang out all she wanted was to express her love for me and my music," he wrote.
"I've seen my name on fans, my lyrics, I’ve heard stories of what my music did or meant to people, I’ve had people come up to me and say I changed their lives and their family’s lives by doing some simple thing that I didn’t think twice about and that I won't even remember and it is the most gratifying feeling in this job. I do not deserve my fans. Love you all so much and you all did so much for me and mine. Thank you all.”
The renowned dancehall artist is in Nairobi, following his performance in Uganda.
Fondly referring to Kenya as his "motherland," Konshens has established himself as one of the leading dancehall artists, particularly admired among Kenyan millennials.
His last notable performance in Kenya was during the highly celebrated New Year's Eve concert in 2021, held at the Carnivore grounds in Nairobi.
This event further cemented his strong connection with the Kenyan music scene.