Kenyans on twitter woke to sad news of Dj lithium who was a host at capital fm news. After the announcement kot could not keep calm going for the whole media house to know what was the problem.
After a while a former intern koome Gitobu exposed a bit of toxic staffs who work in capital fm. Koome went for miss mandi who was a host. Via twitter thread koome said that miss mandi used to bully him. He said that her co-host would laugh at her because of not affording design clothes and latest trend.
Koome also stated that miss mandi would crack all silly jokes on him for carrying food in the office instead of ordering. The expose from Koome as raised mixed reactions among twitter users with many accussing miss mandi of being toxic to his colleagues.
Others defended her saying that everbody as a personality which should be understood by fellow colleagues before judging. A section kenyans on twitter have said miss mandi should give her side of story before being judged.
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