Elodie Zone [ Image | Courtesy ]
After Former Youtuber Elodie Zone, posted a few days ago on her Instagram about how Nviiri, a Sol Generation records singer, used to physically and emotionally abuse her. She later posted today on her story that the previous post was fueled by alcohol and was false. Elodie and Nviiri [ Image | Courtesy ]
She claimed it was a false accusation and said bloggers took the story and blew things out of proportion. She further explained that Nviiri and her were on good terms and had gone to the coast to unwind and clear things out between them.
"Nviiri and I came to coast with our friends to unwind, relax and make peace with each other. When I made my post it was fueled by tension and an afternoon of a few too many drinks. Neither of us had thought it would be blown out of proportion the way it has been. Blogging sites and bloggers have also began to spread misinformation and this is affecting our careers and family lives." Part of her Instagram story read. Followers and angered Kenyans have started to speculate that she might be mentally ill and might require professional help.
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