Cyprian Nyakundi came out though his Instagram stories and said that Governor Joho's side chick Natalie Tawa stopped being an influencer after getting into a relationship with Joho.
Nyakundi has in turn advised people to avoid Natalie Tewa these year especially the girl child. In his argue he thinks Natalie is setting a bad example to the society. This is what he commented in this Instagram stories after posting Natalie Tewa;
"Haha kalipigwa stick na low budget Sultan mpaka kaacha influencing. How myoplic Terrible example to set for other children. No work ethic or adaptability to the new environment. Once she achieved her shallow objectives. Nothing else matters, people to avoid in 2021."
That is what Nyakundi came out to savagely bash on Natalie Tewa. By these he meant that Tewa has lowered her goals after being in a relationship with Joho. But to be honest Natalie Tewa has hardly been acting on social media after being in a relationship with Joho.
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