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Brenda Wairimu Tweet That Got KOT Talking

Brenda Wairimu, an award-winning actress, has made a stir wiyh KOT after she wrote a very telling message during the height of Lillian Nganga's relationship crisis with her ex, Juliani.

Juliani and Lillian have had to clarify that their adorable images of them on a date are not intended to make anyone feel anything.

This comes after Boniface Mwangi, a social activist, shared the lovey-dovey images and captioned them, "I'm here to irritate males who treat their partners like personal property. Assets are inanimate objects with no sentiments or emotions.

Partners have flesh and blood, and they have the right to move on while you are powerless to stop them. Manners, not money, are what make a man. Pesa bila tabia ni sumu pesa bila tabia ni sumu pesa bila tabia"

Bonny encouraged others to let go of harmful relationships by posting some of their latest photos on social media.

After all of that, Brenda has shared a remark from novelist Henry Charles Bukowski, whose work was influenced by the social, cultural, and economic climate of his hometown of Los Angeles.

"Are you becoming what you've always despised?" reads the quote.

Three water drops accompany the quote; the droplet emoji, often known as the water drop emoji, first emerged in 2010.

A water drop emoji's meaning emphasizes a feeling of dread or discomfort. It can signify "I'm perplexed and have no idea what's going on!" or "I'm hot and bothered!"

So, Brenda, what's the difference between the two?

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