Famous radio presenter Azziad Nasenya have clapped back at her fan who questioned her dress code. The tiktok queen uploaded two of her pictures on social media. Just after a few minutes, Azziad received a comment from one of her followers stating that her dressing is not decent. This is when the media personality decided to clap back at her fan with a savage response.
Azziad Nasenya posted two pictures of herself on her Instagram page. She was seen wearing a cream trouser and a crop top. After her fan noted this, he went ahead and commented: "In few tears to come you people will walk naked". This is when Azziad clapped back at him by telling him that it is her body she can wear what she want.
Azziad's followers went ahead and questioned the celebrities dress code with the claims that she should try to dress more decent as she is a role model to many. However, Azziad responded by reminding him that it is her body she can wear what she chooses. Here is Azziad's full post.
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