Andrew Kibe's popular YouTube channel with over 474,000 subscribers and about 3.1k videos has been terminated.

The controversial media personality's channel was terminated by YouTube citing a violation of its terms of service as the reason for the closure.

Kibe took to X--formerly Twitter--and appeared to dismiss the termination as a minor hiccup in his creative journey.

"Train ili toka stenje kitambo, hizi ni kelele za chura. Time ya LIVE ni ile ile aisay," Kibe said, indicating he would still continue to churn content across other platforms. 

Andrew Kibe has for some time been notifying his legion of fans that once he is done with YouTube, he will upload his content on another platform.

Andrew Kibe is not a stranger to controversy. His content include attack on Kenyan celebrities and controversial takes on current issues.

Regardless, his consistency has enabled him to build one of the fastest growing digital brands online.

Kibe is based in the united states. In Kenya, he has clashed with a slew of Kenyan celebrities, including Bahati and Diana, former Governor Mike Sonko, Akothee, Kamene Goro and even fellow content creators.

Kibe said he would continue engaging with his followers on TikTok, Instagram, Rumble and X.

In a previous video, Kibe stated that he cannot envision returning to mainstream radio, mostly because he wants to be able to keep his content unfiltered and doesn’t want his expression interfered with.

Kibe had previously stated that he felt he was not cut out for mainstream radio, which requires presenters to be careful with what they say due to the regulatory standards and corporate interests involved.