Popular Facebook user Professor Ochieng Odongo, has surprised many of his friends after he uploaded a photo of his conversation with one of his fans.
In that conversation, a person who in the context is thought to be a young woman had written a message to greet him while identifying her as a young university graduate.
But Odongo's answer shocked people after he replied to the young lady by categorically denying that he is not a prostitute.
If that was not enough, he went ahead to tell the young lady that he might be texting a different person because as far as he knows, he was not gay.
He asked the young lady to do her good research while concluding that she does not like to be lied to by something that she knows is a lie, she is not gay.
His fans were left in great laughter as some told him that he slapped the locks of the young lady who they felt was building such a beautiful scene to ask for money.
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