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'Even Billboard Isn't Human But Gets Paid' Hudah Monroe Roasts Celebrities Attending Free Fenty Launch

Even A Billboard Isn't Human but still gets paid, that was Hudah Monroe's best words to describe how Kenya celebrities who attended Rihanna's Fenty Beauty and cosmetics products launch in kenya.

Alhuda Njoroge, known by many as Huda Monroe is a 30 year old Kenyan who makes a living by modelling, doing products promotion, running her personal businesses in addition to also taking part in curtain raising events. Her rise to fame dates back to 2014 following her landing a good position of representing Kenyans in the Big Brother reality show in South Africa.

Following the Kenya Launch of the Fenty Beauty and Fenty Skin Cosmetic Products owned by world's renowned female Singer Rihanna in Nairobi on May 26 2022, Huda Monroe took to her Instagram account @huddahthebosschick, to heavily troll all Kenyans who attended the event. In her post, she had the following to say:

"Noticed when American.celebs start falling off USA market, they start embracing African and Africa? Lol! They should stop taking us for fools, we watching. The only see Africa as their last dumping site with people to use. Y'all love being taken for granted and used. Can't y'all see how Africa has evolved? Then come here hate on your people for winning without even your support"

In another post, she added:

'Refrain from attending events that ain't adding money, influence, or education into your life. Even a billboard isn't a human and it still gets paid. You are not winning, you are just playing yourself"

Dear reader, do you find any truth to the above sentiments by Huda Monroe or support her claims? Feel free to leave your opinions in the comments section below. Don't forget to also share this article with your friends and family if you find it interesting.

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