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Thee Pluto: Do You Think The Loyalty Test In Relationship By Thee Pluto Is Healthy or Necessary?

Thee Pluto: Do You Think The Loyalty Test In Relationship By Thee Pluto Is Healthy?

There have been loyalty tests around town being carried out by a guy by the name of Thee Pluto. His real name is Robert Ndegwa Kamau. Kenyans refer to him as the street sanitizer. He also has a girlfriend whom he announced this year in July. Is he loyal to her? 

What is the test about? 

In this test, a random couple is asked to exchange their phones. After this, they go through the phone looking for any red flags to see whether their partner has been cheating on them. The couple looks in messages, WhatsApp, call logs, or any other social media platforms that their partner could be in. The couple however must give consent before the test begins. 

However, in most of the tests, we see couples overreacting and even turning against one another. Most of them end up ending their relationships. The test is being carried out mainly on youths in the Universities. 

Is the test Necessary? 

The question remains whether the test is necessary and if so is it healthy? According to the target audience, the test may be or may not be healthy. When young couples are getting to know each other, they may have other people who were interested in them. This means they talk. So unfortunately if the test is carried out at that time, it may appear that they are not loyal. On the other hand, some may choose to cheat on their partner as they look for another one. The test may also bring trust issues and mental torture if the person was not prepared for the results. Others may stop believing in love. However, it is important to expose those wasting other people's time. 


It is up to you to decide whether it's healthy or not. Always be prepared for the repercussions of the test. 

What's your opinion?

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Kenyans Robert Ndegwa Kamau Thee Pluto


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