Media personality-cum-businesswoman Betty Kyallo has issued a statement following an alleged graphic video attached to her.
The short video saw Betty sore to the top of Twitter trends forcing her to address the matter.
Disclaimer: K24 Digital has not been able to independently confirm the video.
After the said video appeared on social media, she issued a lengthy counter-statement saying the explicit content is aimed at tarnishing her brand and called for an end to cyberbullying.
"#StopFakeNews #StopCyberbullying Culprits spreading fake and defamatory news about me must and will be prosecuted.
Part of the release also reads;
"It has come to our attention that a false story is circulating on social media platforms insinuating that Betty has taken part in the production of explicit content. We take this opportunity to repudiate the attempt to remotely or directly link Betty Kyallo with the false narrative made in the fake story. The nature of the content circulating social media platforms is false, malicious and with the intent to tarnish the Betty Kyallo brand. The aforementioned content is in no way a representation of the Betty Kyallo brand."
Betty is the latest victim of cyberbullying after former Machachari actor Tyler Mbaya alias Baha's girlfriend Georgina Njenga whose raunchy video leaked online.
Speaking to a local radio station, the thespian stated that they have already made plans to sue the culprit behind the video. He however failed to divulge further information noting that he will update fans regarding the entire process.
"Mipango iko underway ni we are going to take action…we will take legal action, kwa sasa siezi kupa details but in the near future legal action will be taken," he said.
"There is a plan... we are going to take legal action. We will take legal action. At the moment, I am unable to disclose details of the entire process but in the near future legal action will be taken," he stated.