With nearly 2 Million followers on her Facebook page (1.9 M), Teacher Wanjiku is the most followed female comedian in the country. This huge following is a blessing but it doesn't come without a bunch of challenges from some followers who find social media to bethe right place to pour out their frustrations by making others angry.
After Wanjiku The Teacher posted a beautiful photo of herself on Facebook in a red dress wishing her followers a happy month, some people found it right to just ruin her moment. "Happy New Month! Keep Grinding," she captioned the photo. One Ken Vaite pointed out that the comedienne's face looked totally different from the rest of the body. "Mwalimu uso na mikono haifanani kwa nini?" Ken Vaite commented. Loose translation: 'Mwalimu why doesn't your face and hands look the same'. Teacher Wanjiku's response to that query was plain, simple and reasonable, "Kwa sababu hii look inaitwa Vogue, it is deliberate."
Netizens reacted differently to her response with some pointing out that it was well deserved to the hater who claimed that her hands and face looked different while others followed the same trend of pointing out the difference. Read some of the replies below:
Yvonne Mulei: "Wanjiku The Teacher, wise response"
Jimmy Onjigi: "Mmeipea hii kitu jina ndio muongeze kilo za makeup na bleach.."
Shiku Ruth: "Sio lazima ifanane...alaa"
Last Born: "Different colors one people....still singing.."
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