Mayau Dream Chaser popularly known as Mtumba Man is a guy who became famous because of his unique way of attracting customers. He wears women clothes while at work and his popular phrase "Ng'ara waseme uko na wababa" made him trend on social media.
Recently, Mtumba was criticized after a photo of him and crossdresser Kelvin Kinuthia surfaced on the internet where they were seated facing each other with wine glasses.
People suspected that they were dating because Kinuthia once said that he is okay with seeing both genders.
In an interview, Mtumba Man denied the allegations saying that he likes ladies. He however said that dating a fellow man is not a problem as long as the couple is happy. That he doesn't see the need to judge people according to their sexual orientation.
He revealed that he only met Kinuthia to create content that was about how African mums behave but they did not have any hidden agenda.
Watch him talk about this on the video of the link below from minute 20.
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