Even as the controversial LGBTQ continues to take the country by storm after the death of its activist Edwin Chiloba, Kimilili MP Didmus Barasa has come out to defend comedian and politician MC Jessy after his photo on dress went viral.
This was after Jessy, who is outside the country in the United Kingdom, posted himself clad in a dress-like clad.
The photo immediately went viral, with a section of Kenyans alleging that the comedian could be identifying himself with the controversial LGBTQ community. However, Barasa was quick to defend Jessy., saying he is not a member.
Barasa said the dress-like code that Jessy was wearing is a traditional dress code for men in Scotland and parts of the United Kingdom. He said the dress code was worn during important days similar to Huduma day in Kenya
"Wadau hii haijaenda. This dress code is a traditional dress code in Scotland for men. It's won during important days similar to huduma day in Kenya. I can confirm that MC Jessy (Jessy Jasper) is not a member of LQBTQ ama inaitwaje...ile ya kugeuzana" he stated.
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