Maina Kageni defends Huddah and Vera Sidika from trolls

 

Huddah Monroe and Vera Sidika are undoubtedly living the glam life online, and are the envy of many.

Girls want to be like them, and the guys, well…they just want to hit it.

They are also subject to online trolls slam them for a life that seems to be funded by ‘sponsors’ (their words not mine).

Huddah posing in white
Huddah posing in white

The extent of the online trolling they receive has been noticed by Maina Kageni.

Maina Kageni reveals who he would marry between Huddah and Vera Sidika (Audio)

Maina is taking on trolls saying

do you even know what they do for a living? why do people call them names,verasidikainreddress

 

Vera and Huddah have earned a huge following posting photos wearing designer items, and somehow some of the fans provoke them into responding to all sorts of online abuse.

The two are shamed for their lifestyle which Maina says is no excuse for bullying

Must you assume that there is someone paying for their lifestyle?

Trolls and haters are an unfortunate fact of life on the Internet.

Other celebrities who are constantly forced to defend themselves are Anerlisa Muigai, Akothee, Dj Pierra Makena among others.

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Is there a problem with parenting today asks Maina Kageni

“Male teens need a dad to be the anchor that stabilizes their youth as they are pulled in every direction.” was the resounding theme on Classic 105, as hosts Maina Kageni and Mwalimu Kingangi debated the topic of absentee dads.

This follows a third video shared online of a Kenyan boy spilling all sorts of vitriol. No, we will not share the clip here, search for it online using the hashtag #consolata.

The idea that there may be a parenting issue in Kenya was discussed on Classic 105.

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Mwalimu sought to know from listeners, who the father figure is, in households where single mums are raising male teens.

He also gave his take saying

‘They were chased away by the women, and alot of men want to come back in their lives but the doors are ‘locked’.

 

He added

most men were chased away and are not allow to see their children

Mwalimu went on to suggest that women are sacrificing their families for careers, something that Maina quickly responded to

so should ladies sacrifice more? Where are the fathers of these children? You know your boy is 11 or 12 and doesn’t it worry you that he is growing up without a mentor?

Where are you guys, why are you blaming single mothers, where are the fathers to these boys?

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Mwalimu noted that the best way to resolve teen problems is

They (fathers) need to be recalled, you know that’s a very critical age for boys between 11- 16 years

Where do you think the problem lies? Drop your comments below.

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‘I touched something very cold’ Man whispers to Maina about a leg

 

A man who ignored the advice about not letting social media fool you is regretting it.

His fascinating story begins on Facebook where he said

I dated a chick kwa facebook and I told her I want to know more about you. She said we meet for a date in town.

It all seems innocent right? Wrong!!

The man met the girl and was blown away by her beauty. The two Facebook friends met and after the ‘nice date’ they moved to a lodging for some good time.

So after meeting, I saw she was physically disabled and didn’t tell me that, so when I met her face to face I was taken aback. We went to the room, and she told me to switch of the lights and we started romancing

Maina wasn’t impressed and shouted back ‘Yani, the first time you met her, you took her to a lodging, oh my God what is this?

‘First of all. never take a woman to bed on the first date’ Maina Kageni interjected before the sorrowful man went on with his story about being completely blindsided on social media.

The man was not ashamed one bit and repeated ‘Yes I took her to the room, kwani’

He goes on to add

I touched her then I felt something cold like air, I panicked and asked myself is that real, I felt metal (machuma) I was scared to death. She told me she didn’t have one leg, I was scared I asked her are you a human being, let me tell you Maina I was in shock, so Facebook is all about lies

 

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