Socialite Huddah Monroe claims that famous people are often treated unfairly by business people in Kenya.
Taking to her social media page, Huddah claimed that business people in the country quote higher prices for celebrities anytime they visit their shops.
The businesswoman, who revealed that she has been a victim of the unfair treatment, said that whenever she goes to a shop in Kenya, the shop owners quote prices two or three times higher than that quoted for ordinary people.
She argued that celebrities are unfairly treated because business people have created a perception that they have a lot of money.
"People here (Kenya) think celebrities are not normal people lol! If you call or DM to order anything you are charged double or 3 times the original price. When my representatives call it's cheap! I don't call or DM these days, I let anyone else do that for me," Huddah said.
Huddah who expressed her disgust on the issue noted that the sellers should be happy that she reached out to them instead of trying to extort money from her.
"You don't see business people throwing money around we'd rather reinvest it. You can charge your sugar daddies that much because that is their money. This is my sweet and blood money, it doesn't come cheap. And we surely not going to pay 3 times the original price because we are famous or we live a lavish life," Huddah added.