photo courtesy:Amina and Madowo
The Kenyan popular TV and radio personality madam Amina Abdi Rabar has been forced to apologize to the public over her toxic character allegations.Abdi says that she is not really toxic and she was accused on twitter of being bully.This comes after Kenyans on Twitter went ham on her former work mate at Capital FM Mandi Saro over bullying allegations.Responding to the fallout,the host of the NTV's the trend show told her viewers that it is unfortunate that her name was was pulled and dragged among some people who had a lot of proof and receits that they are not easy to work with.
The popularity presenter said that she is sorry to anyone who may have ever encountered and who felt that they did not get the reception that they hoped for and were hurt."I sincerely apologise for those who might felt that I hurt them,but I am not toxic,"Amina said.
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