Just a day after raising an alarm over the number of fake Twitter accounts under her name, content creator and girlfriend to former Machachari actor Baha; Georgina Njenga is yet again on the spotlight.
This was after a random female fan confronted her on her Instagram claiming to have been conned Ksh.3000 by her celebrity boyfriend Baha. According to the fan, she had transacted the amount to "Baha" in a bid to pursue some unspecified businesses only for the recipient to go silent on her upon securing the amount.
"Kindly ask your boyfriend to refund me my 3k, I really hustled hard for that money and now he is ignoring me." The victim lamented.
However, Georgina distanced her boyfriend from the claims especially after learning that the name and contact number shown amid the transaction was unfamiliar with Baha's. Instead, Georgina urged the victim to be smarter inorder to evade such means of defrauding next time; a remark that was not taken lightly by the victim.
"...one day our God will come through tuache kuconiwa na macelebs." The fan snapted.
As she concluded, Georgina furiously addressed her fans even urging them to be careful amid such incidences of duping which later make them blame innocent personalities.
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