‘Taking business class flights is like boarding a KBS bus’ – Huddah

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 17 Jul, 2023 19:30 | 2 mins read
Huddah Monroe. PHOTO/Huddah(@huddahthebosschick)/Instagram
Kenyan beauty entrepreneur Huddah Monroe. PHOTO/Huddah(@huddahthebosschick)/Instagram

Socialite Huddah Monroe says taking business class flights feels like boarding the normal Matatus for her.

Huddah, who is known to live a lavish lifestyle, shared the post on her Instagram page but blocked fans from leaving their comments.

According to her, flying in business class is basic - something she is not used to.

"Taking a business class flight for me is like taking a KBS bus. Very normal. And KQ has bigger seats than Emirates they send to Kenya," Huddah wrote.

Huddah on flying business class. Screenshot/(@@huddahthebosschick)
Huddah on flying business class. Screenshot/(@@huddahthebosschick)

Her post comes a few weeks after she was accused of catfishing another socialite's post.

On the post, Huddah had bragged about eating Cavier while flying first class.

However, having shared the post on her socials, the alleged owner of the video, Fatma Mohammed came forth calling out Huddah for using her post pretending it was hers.

According to Fatma, she was not friends with Huddah as alleged.

Fatma also addressed claims made by Huddah who said they had similar videos since they sat next to each other on the same flight, saying they have never met.

"Let's tell the truth, we weren't on the same flight, the girl has the right to post what she wants and it doesn't bother me if she uses my content, but ya'll just push people to lie on this social media. Please, I don't want my name on it," Fatma wrote.

Huddah attracting controversy

Lately, Huddah has been making controversial posts, attracting attention online.

The last time she made headlines, Huddah shared her unfiltered opinion on the political landscape of Kenya.

As seen, Huddah praised President Ruto for his determination to bring change in the country. The socialite characterized him as a president with a clear vision for Kenya’s future.

On the same, she told off ordinary citizens for focusing on immediate needs like sustenance, forgetting Ruto’s vision will save the country’s future.

“Ruto still remains one of the presidents with balls! He is seeing 10-20 years from now! The people on the streets are seeing lunch and dinner. We can’t win! The poor will remain poor for many years and the rich will only get richer,” Huddah wrote.