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"Don't Take My Kindness for Weakness" Lynn Ngugi Responds to Mercy Atis Claims of Blackmailing Her

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Yesterday on 27th September, Kenyan singer Mercy Atis popularly known for her hit song "I don't give a ddddddamn" claimed that ex-Tuko presenter Lynn Ngugi blackmailed her after she threatening to expose Mercy's past life in Mombasa. This came after turned down a follow-up interview with Tuko claiming that she was not comfortable sharing her past life after she was deported to Kenya.[Photo courtesy]

These allegations did not go well with Lynn as she responded to the claims in a bid to clear her name as well as protect her brand as it is on the line. Lynn posted Whatsapp conversations with Mercy and from the thread, it is clear that Lynn was not begging for a follow-up interview with her but instead she halted the interview after Mercy's former colleagues accused her of running a brothel that included teenagers, a matter that is still in court.[Photo courtesy]

Lynn also pointed out that Mercy had attested to the fact that she was making the video to gain views which in return will help her earn money from YouTube. Lastly, Lynn revealed that Mercy got over Ksh 100,000 from the audience and therefore it was wrong to allege that she wanted more money from Tuko. All in all, Lynn said she does not have bad blood with Mercy but she also sent out a warning clearing stating that people should not take her kindness for weakness as she was raised by a single who taught her how to defend herself.[Photos courtesy]

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