Stephen Wanjiku is well known for her role as Vanessa in Maria Series on Citizen TV. She has stirred online reactions from a video she in her Instagram page eating something which looked like a rat.
Wanjiku posted the video asking fans if they had seen her travel vlog eating strange things in Ghana. Asking those who had not yet seen the video to link on her bio to watch the video.
In the video Stephens is seen eating a meal of what seems to be a rat.
The video has illicited mixed reactions as some of the fans wondered why she left Kenya for Ghana just to eat rats. Others went ahead to ask her to look for rat markets as they hilariously said that they need one.
While others on the other hand adviced her to continue doing what makes her happy. A fan even went ahead to say that no food is bad, it all depends with the mind.
A fan went ahead to ask what that was and she posted the 'rat' on her insta stories saying it's a grass cutter not rat.
Here is a sample of the reactions:
Wanjiku Stephen got the public attention after she was featured in the Maria Series which aired on Citizen TV. In the drama series, she played the role of a sister and a lady who fell in love with a ghetto guy despite her mother's hatred on ghetto people.
Since then she has been on the limelight. The shassy lass is a travel blogger and vlogger and has won a lot of admiration from her fans.
What do you think of Wanjiku's meal at Accra, Ghana? Doesn't it look like a rat?
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