Mc Jessy has today received criticism and hate after posting a picture of him in Scottish attire which many referred to it as a skirt.
Kenyans took to social media to accuse MC Jessy of LGBTQ citing that its activists start with such behavior. As Kenyans continue giving their word about it, Kimilili member of Parliament has taken a side and defended MC Jessy.
Through his Twitter handle the member of parliament cited that MC Jessy is not a member of the LGBTQ and that his dressing attire was a male Scottish traditional attire that is won on important days. The member of parliament cited Huduma day in Kenya as one of the important days that the attire can be won.
"Hii haijaenda. This dress code is traditional in Scotland for men. It is won during important days similar to huduma day in Kenya. I can confirm that MC Jessy (Jessy Jasper) is not a member of the LGBTQ....ama inaitwa aje ile ya kugeuzana," Didmus Baraza said.
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