Content creator Andrew Kibe has reached a significant pinnacle in his career by securing an international award in South Africa. He was bestowed with the esteemed title of Social Media Star of the Year at the South African Social Media Awards, outshining fellow creators such as Shank Comics, Nicolette Mashile, and William Last Krm. Paul Mboya stood in for the absent content creator during the event.

On his official X account (formerly Twitter), Kibe delivered a speech where he praised his representative and extended thanks to the event's organizing team. Additionally, he vowed to launch even grander and more remarkable projects in the days ahead.

"Thank you @pmboya for the powerful speech, the stage suits you. @Ngeo_T this award belongs to you…You did it. @MacdukeTS thank you for being our SA plug, we need more Yafreekans like you. Africa Social Media Star of the Year has a nice ring to it.

"Good job to you and your time for making the stream work under all that pressure. To bigger n better! Yafreeka to the world," he wrote.

Kibe, known for his controversial viewpoints on Kenyan celebrities and their way of life, shifted into full-time content creation after stepping away from radio hosting.

In the wake of his resignation from the radio, the creator made a move to the United States (US) and effectively carved out a niche for himself in the world of content creation.

Based in the US, the creator hosts live sessions on their social media channels to interact with followers about current events.

Upon being nominated for the international award, the content creator conveyed their surprise, noting that receiving their first award from a foreign country was entirely unexpected.

“In all those years of producing content my first ever nomination and it had to come from outside Kenya,(SIC)" Kibe said at the time.