After the end of their TV show early last year, one Wanjiku Stephens who was popularly known by her stage name Vanessa in the Maria TV Series has been occasionally engaging with her fans online. While interacting with her fans through a question and answer session on her Instagram yesterday, a fan apparently asked the actress for a Ksh.200 favour; an event that triggered an amusing response from her.
As she responded to the plea, Vanessa urged the fan to take a break from social media and save the money she would have spent on data bundles while surfing online.
"Instagram is the most consuming in terms of bundles. Bet if you are on break you can save more." She stated.
Further addressing the matter, Vanessa claimed that fans should never ask celebrities for money as a way of compensating their love. According to her, celebrities also undergo the same struggles just like other normal Kenyans.
"And they started charging us for loving us. Earth is hard." She jotted.
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