JKUAT Student Who Reportedly Infected Several Men With HIV Clears The Air
By GossipClub | self meida writer
Published 22 days ago - 62548 views
A photo of a girl who formed a WhatsApp group of people she allegedly infected with HIV has been making rounds social media. The description of the WhatsApp group was ' Y'all are connected here fir one reason... AIDS you'll have it... Y'all got it from me'
The girl is Jkuat student with her Instagram profile name called Bambi. The photo has left people talking and even stigmatized her. The girl has finally come out to make things clears as she claims she is currently being stigmatized after the screenshot of her photo and WhatsApp group went viral.
According to the Jkuat student, it was a prank to her fellow friends claiming she allegedly infected them with HIV. The girl used Edgar Obare's platform to clear the misunderstanding. The reason why she did that was because she claims she thought it would be a funny content.Comment down below on what you think about the article.
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