Kenyans on Twitter are up in arms against renowned content creator and popular radio presenter Jalang'o for alledlgy ridiculing many Kenyans who have fallen victim of online lending through different mobile application platforms such as Tala and Branch.
This is coming after a report by Citizen Television dubbed "Debt of Shame" explaining how mobile money lenders have been purportedly harrasing their customers through phone calls and texts messages reminding them to repay their loans.
However, a social media user has accused Jalang'o for waking up early in the morning only to criticize and ridicule Kenyans on his morning radio show at Kiss 100FM. The Social media user famously known as Jaloka has reiterated the irony in Jalang'o statements against Kenyans yet he advertises an online lending application known as Zenka.
Another social media user known as Abacha Generali has insinuated that Jalang'o has been feminized by his collegue Kamene Goro who was recently trolled on social media for allegedly insinuating that people suffering from mental illness have no brains.
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