Media personality and former Citizen television presenter Terry Anne Chebet has been on the receiving end today after a post she made on Facebook.
So Terry Anne was nominated by Pulse as a media influencer of the year and she made a post asking Kenyans and her fans to vote for her as a leading social media influencer.However seemingly that opened war online.
Let me take you back to some days ago, Terry Anne recently exposed a man who he claims she couldn't give a job as he had been continuously sending her love and seductive messages.
Terry said that the man named DJ Nash had met all her qualification specifications for the job and had emailed him for a meeting, only for her to check her Instagram messages and found out he had been sending her seductive messages.
Terry said she couldn't employ a man who had feelings for her. Kenyans in the comments section openly told her that they wouldn't vote him after what he did to the young man.As they say, "Malipo Ni hapa na hapa duniani"Check out some of the comments.
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