This afternoon, Kenyan influencer and television host Amina Abdi Rabar has taken to her Instagram account and made a post about mistakes and setbacks, hours after she was exposed on Twitter for allegedly being toxic to her co workers. Amina is currently the Trend, a show on NTV, which airs on Friday night.Explaining how Amina is toxic, different Kenyan have taken to Twitter and narrated their experiences with her. One Kenyan by the name Wanjiru narrated of how Amina allegedly laughed at her friend's old photo with her parents in it, knowing that the parents had already passed on.Through her post, Amina encouraged the public to never let setbacks crash their spirit, because people can always turn their setbacks into setups to come back stronger. "Setbacks and mistakes are a normal part of the human experience, they don't mean all of your progress is erased". Read Amina's post.Do you believe that Amina is really toxic? Kindly share with us your thoughts in the comment section below.
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