Man accused of eating fare amounting to 350,000 Kenya Shillings has cleared air on allegations.
Kelvin Kinuthia has denied obtaining money from men through false pretense.
About the money, Kelvin argued that although many believed the story, he did not receive any money.
The phone he is using, he says that he bought it by himself.
By the time of recording the video, he was at his home and not in police custody as reported.
The TikTok star however thanked people who raised concerns to him but he warned bloggers using his name for clout chasing.
Click the link below to watch him defending himself.
According to Kenyans, the way he was speaking portrayed behaviours of a lady.
Instead of appreciating him for setting the records straight, they went up with trolls below.
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