‘Don’t ask for my phone number, just share your business card if you bump into me’ – Anerlisa Muigai tells her fans

By , K24 Digital
On Thu, 16 Mar, 2023 11:15 | 2 mins read
'If you bump into me, only share your business card' – Anerlisa Muigai tells her fans
Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai. PHOTO/Instagram

Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai has explained to her fans how to act around her should they bump into each other in public.

Through her insta-stories, Ms Muigai wrote her irks from previous interactions with fans saying she needed to say it as most are shared experiences with other celebrities.

"I thought I should put that out because I know most public figures would agree with me," she stated.

Anerlisa said should you meet her, it would be prudent to only share your business card with her.

"It's polite to stop asking for personal numbers just because we have bumped into each other. The other day I gave my number to some lady who really insisted on the personal one and rejected the office one. Now, my WhatsApp is full of CVs.

"The best way to do it is to give someone your business card and if they call you back, then just know they were interested in knowing your business. If you do not have a card, please don't ask for phone numbers. I find it very annoying," she said.

Anerlisa Muigai warns business owners

Further, she warned business owners from using her photos to advertise their businesses. This, she noted is on grounds that she paid full pay.

Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai. 
Keroche heiress Anerlisa Muigai.

"Stop asking for tags. My page is my personal space. I would go somewhere or buy something and someone would still insist on tagging or mentions. If I pay for something, kindly do not expect a mention. Also, stop using my images to promote anything," she added.

She stated that her page boasts over one million followers and is out of reach and interaction does not amount to a follow.

"I don't get why when people show me their Instagram pages through my page, they choose to follow themselves back without even asking me if that is okay. Disrespectful," she said.

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