On Thursday, the Media Max owned station posted a sensitive and private issue Huddah's life.
The model and business woman had on Wednesday disclosed that she makes a lot of love when she is in Dubai.
Huddah was speaking in one of the upcoming Radio Stations when she revealed that she likes giving her honeypot to her secret boyfriend.
Despite being a renowned socialite, Huddah has managed to keep her over affairs off the limelight.
After K24 shared her story, Kenyans took it to comments section to ask whether the information was of any importance.
Most seemed angered that the station was focusing more on sensual matters rather than passing information and education.
These are some of the comments: Wath K24's update via link below.
@The Monitor So what? Was she supposed to make love with a hippopotamus at Dubai?
@Snowrine Soita Mko na umbwakni siku hizi.
@Olio Poloh Being idle is satanic! A whole TV station bending this low.
@Stanley Stan But that is her career, she needs to tell us more.
@Wairimu Kibui Sasa hizi ni story gani munatupea?
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