You gotta give it to them for this one. No?
Ex-Machachari actor Tyler Mbaya alias Baha and his baby mama Georgina Njenga took the internet by storm in the past few days after fooling their fans about their fallout in the most unsuspecting way.
Although it now turns out the two were only clout chasing, their public feud went viral especially after Baha was exposed for alleged scamming and Georgina claiming she pays all their bills.
Each actor seemed to have understood their assignment since later, Baha took to his InstaStories to open up about his woes but did not disclose what he was battling.
He also announced that his social media accounts -Instagram and Tiktok with a following of over 760K and 399.8K users respectively - are on sale.
"Selling my Instagram and Tiktok accounts. I'm not okay... I'm working on it," the father of one wrote.
To fuel the speculations further, the sensational couple would later unfollow each on social media evoking mixed reactions.
Well, it was until Monday, June 5, 2023, that fans realized they were taken for a ride as the couple leveraged the publicity to drop a song.
The song is, however, not their own - they are featured as video vixens.
Check out the song dubbed 'Don't Give Up' by singers Lexsil and Jovial.
Clout chasing in Kenya is seemingly part of the game in the entertainment industry and associates will do whatever it takes to remain on trend lists.
People chase clout mainly to trigger engagement metrics before releasing new projects and more likely reusing it to inflate these engagements afterwards.