COMEDIAN SLAMMED FOR DRY HUMPING GOAT …Animal activist wants him arrested

August 12, 2016

... Animal activist wants him arrested

Animal rights activist are calling for the authorities to locate and take swift action against a comedian, who publicly confessed to acts of bestiality in an online skit.

The video, titled 'My Strange Addiction', has amassed 215,000 views on social media website, Facebook. It was also highlighted in Africa via Gossip Mil Nigeria and viewed by more four million people.

In the video, a comedian, who goes by the moniker Kyng Tavii, expresses his love for goats and for being a goat.

"I'm taking this goat life very serious," he said.

"Let me introduce you guys to my girlfriend (a goat). Her name is Stacy. This is my babymother Stacy. She is pregnant for like a week now and I can't wait for the kid. I love Stacy."

Kyng Tavii followed by saying that he has a pornographic video with the goat that is already on the Internet and that they are not afraid to have sex in public. This was followed by him dry humping the goat.

While some persons thought the video was amusing, others thought it was quite disturbing, with some persons going as far as to issue death threats.

Many persons also believe that the comedian if of unsound mind and one of those persons is Pamela Lawson, CEO of Jamaica Society For The Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (JSPCA).

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After watching the video and analysing the antics displayed by Kyng Tavii, Lawson said she found his actions neither funny nor entertaining.

"If he not insane well then the authorities, specifically the police, should arrest and charge this man as he has publicly admitted to committing acts of bestiality. In my opinion he should not be difficult to locate. I am confident the authorities can do so and I would urge them to do so quickly," she said.

When our news team contacted the comedian, his manager, who did not wish to provide his name, told THE WEEKEND STAR that Kyng Tavii is a comedian and that the strange addiction goat skit was similar to episodes from TLC's 'My Strange Addiction'.

"Just like when people addicted to dirt and furniture," he said.

He also told THE WEEKEND STAR that it was only an act, and though aware of the backlash from viewers, said, "It was only from a minority. If you watched his other videos then you'd see that it's a one-off skit. He has received over 20 million views on other platforms."

Our news team was asked to send further queries to the comedian and he would respond if he felt a need to. However, up to press time our email was still unanswered.

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