Churchill show comedian Nasra Yusuf has been exposed for posting a fake breakfast receipt on her Instagram stories and lying to her followers that it is hers.
The receipt indicated that the comedienne had spent a whooping 59,200 Kenyan shillings on the meal at Graze Restaurant Sankara Nairobi.
"My Breakfast today and still counting" Nasra captioned the photo.
However, in an exposè by Nairobi Gossip club, Nasra copied a screenshot of a receipt that was posted by socialite Vera Sidika on Instagram last year.
Many Kenyans have reacted to the expose with most stating that it was unnecessary for her to lie to her followers and others stating that she is just a comedian and might have been just joking to attract attention or entertain her fans.
The expose comes just a year after Nasra and her husband Rashid lied to fans that they were expecting a child together. They however later said that it was just a prank.
Early this year, Nasra posted baby bump photos. Sadly, in July, she announced that she had a miscarriage.
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