Award-winning Kenyan comedian Eunice Mammito has spoken out after several Kenyans expressed disapproval of her widely shared comedy performance over David Jowie's death sentence.

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Mammito posted on social media.

"I have seen an extremely unusual event—something that hasn't occurred since 2002—where individuals from all walks of life come together to cook for me. The idea that one day we will band together to combat injustice and other issues plaguing our nation gives me hope for the future.

"I'm on hot fire now; my soul weeps," the tweep said. How could I make fun of a gorgeous accused person when I'm just a little, skinny lady without buttocks and not nearly as attractive? Your oneness, nevertheless, makes me feel so full within."

Social media users' responses to Mammito's joke about Jowie's punishment on Wednesday were not quite unanimous.

While some Internet users thought her comedic performance was a poor audition, others gave her their full support.

A portion of social media users took offense when the former Churchill show comic posted a little video on social media mocking Jowie and the punishment he was handed.

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