Kenyans have shown different sentiments after entrepreneur and media personality Julie Gichuru shared a chat between her and her son on her Instagram page.
Some Kenyans hillariously said that if they tried to text their parents such a message they would be in for a thorough beating.
Some said that if they needed airtime from their parents they had to involve education. For example they had to say that they need the airtime to buy data bundles so that they can google school related work.
In the post the son was asking Julie Gichuru for airtime so that he could call a female friend and Julie was unable to understand his language.
'Yo mumzy I'm Trina call a babe please could you send me some credo yeah.'
Julie being confused asked him to speak properly since she couldn't understand.
This is evident that there's a huge generational gap and years to come parents and their children will be communicating two different languages.
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