Renowned Kenyan actress Yasmin Said who is better known for her stage name of Maria Wa Kitaa recently came out to criticize Muslim men. Maria shot into fame after she starred as the main character in the popular local drama TV show Maria that aired on Citizen TV. Within a short time, she had attracted a huge fan base and gained a lot of followers on social media. Her role in the Maria TV show that ended recently made her a darling to many.
Maria is from the Muslim religion and going by her recent post, she is strongly opinionated when it comes to religious matters. She is also not afraid to voice her thoughts no matter how controversial they can be.
In the social media post in question, Maria criticized society for always expecting Muslim women to be conservative and adhere to the religious rules and beliefs while men are doing the complete opposite.
According to Maria, Muslim men commit a lot of sin and mingle around freely, and when it comes time for marriage they expect to find ladies who are conservative women who have preserved themselves for marriage.
"I hate it when MUSLIM GUYS think it's okay to do all the haram in their life but when it comes to MARRIAGE they want to find the perfect MUSLIM GIRL fully covered, that has never left the house," Maria's social media post read.
Maria's statement has a strong message and could spark a wide controversial debate.
Maria is currently hosting a show on her YouTube channel after the show ended a few weeks ago.
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