For the past one week Tony Kwalanda has been on the spotlight after an angry breakup with his girlfriend, Joyce Maina. This morning on Facebook, Tony is been bashed by his fans not for posting another girls after a breakup but for using vulgar language during his television show on Switch Tv. Currently, Tony is the host of the Sport Center show on Switch Tv which airs from 8:00pm - 9:00pm every Monday. During the show, Tony updates football fans with the trending matters in the world of soccer. Now, Tony Kwalanda is claimed to have used vulgar language while explain about a certain player's wife who got intimate with her husband teammate. Netizen are complaining that is immoral to use vulgar language during a live show which airs at family time and there are still you kids watching. Below are screenshots of Facebook users' comments, have look.
Source: Facebook and Switch Tv.
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