Lucy Chemutai alias Chepkam gave social media a topic to discuss recently after she went out in public begging for a man to marry her. She stated that she just wanted a man, and isn't looking for any qualities in the man.
Her boldness left many wondering, but this was shortlived after she again came out a day later claiming she wasn't speaking for herself. According to Tuko, Lucy claims there are several women out there suffering for lack of husbands and she was speaking on their behalf. She terms the whole thing a comedy skit meant to speak for single women.
She is said to reveal that she's had many men eyeing her, and that desperacy was not why she took to the social media. According to her, she was just helping single women who had not found men to settle with.
She says many ladies hit the age of 35 with no one even approaching them, but they pretend all is fine. It's the reason she decided to speak fir them, and she actually thinks she helped such ladies.
Well we don't know for sure what her real motive was, but what do you think about the whole thing? Leave your comment on the comment section below.
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