YouTuber Thee Pluto has been exposed for allegedly lying to his followers by scripting the loyalty test reality show where he claims to be sanitizing the streets by unveiling the cheating habits by couples in various universities across the country.
A close source to one university student who acted in Thee Pluto's show revealed that Pluto pays university students (a lady and a gentleman who do not necessarily have to be knowing each other) 250 Kenyan shillings to act like a couple.
Another source revealed that Thee Pluto recently went to Dedan Kimathi University of Technology and paired up students who were ready to take part in his vlog.
He then paid each pair 500 Kenyan shillings and later acted like he had caught them cheating so as to get content for his YouTube channel.
Pluto started the loyalty test shows a few weeks ago after parting with his girlfriend Felicity. He promised to air 100 episodes of the show. So far, he has aired more than 30 episodes.
The episodes have been getting numerous views since many Kenyans think they are real.
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