‘Pray that you reach my age’ – David Ndii blasts body-shammers

By , K24 Digital
On Sat, 24 Feb, 2024 15:16 | 2 mins read
'Pray that you reach my age' - David Ndii blasts body-shammers
David Ndii alongside President William Ruto and Deputy President Rigathi Gachagua during the Second National Executive Retreat in Naivasha, Nakuru County on February 21, 2024. PHOTO/PSC

President William Ruto's advisor David Ndii 's recent photos gave online body shammers quite a field day and now he is responding to the critiques, giving them even more reasons to be mad.

Ndii (also known for making unwarranted opinions) is seemingly unfazed by online body-shamers and he’s setting them straight saying his weight situation is redeemable.

"To be overweight is a remediable personal challenge of little or no consequence to the general public. To be empty-headed is an incurable societal burden," Ndii brushed them off.

Further, the economist regretted the trolls terming them 'imbeciles'.

"Ũrimũ ndũrĩ ndawa (Folly is untreatable). To have so many imbeciles with nothing better to talk on a public platform is a national tragedy."

In another post, David Ndii decried how cyberbullying has ruined many celebrities and asked the haters that, while at it, they should fix their lives and pray to attain his age.

"Let us now talk about body shaming, fake lives and mental health. Why are we burying so many well-sculpted yuppies and celebrities? How many of you are or ought to be in therapy and/or rehab? Once you are done body shaming, fix your lives and pray that you reach my age," he wrote.

A section of netizens supported his call for decency on the platform however others asked him to rather comfortably have a taste of his own medicine.

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