TikTok content creator Azziad Nasenya distances herself from lewd viral video
Award-winning content creator Azziad Nasenya is asking Kenyans to do better and stop peddling fake news after an alleged video of her was “leaked.”
Taking to her own social media handle, the creator distanced herself from the video and termed the trend as cyberbullying urging the peddlers to call themselves into a meeting.
“I’m sure by now most of you have seen it and I’m here to burst your bubble because that is not me. And I am grateful to my online family for coming forward and saying that is not me...I feel like it's 2023 and I am over here minding my business and you are over there in my business? We should not be in the business of creating false information around such topics because if you are spreading such information then you are being an enabler to cyber bullying which is not cool…”
The TikTok star further stated that it would be a better use of time to rejoice in things that uplift rather than in celebrating another person’s downfall.
“You should be rejoicing in things that make you a better individual rather than rejoicing in things that make you feel they are going to lead to the downfall of another person…We should do better; call yourself into a meeting kidogo. I always say life has simple rules, Pray to God, Work hard, mind your business and always show kindness.”
This comes days after media personality Betty Kyallo reported a similar matter against her reputation to the authorities.
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