Nameless claps back at fan over bile comment on Wahu’s dressing

By Kevin Koech On Wed, 21 Jul, 2021 12:05 | 2 mins read
Nameless and wife Wahu. PHOTO/COURTESY

Celebrated musician David Mathenge, popularly known as Nameless recently told off a fan who criticised his wife, musician Wahu Kagwi over her dressing.

A while back, Wahu was forced to respond to critics after being trolled for sharing photos in a bikini on her Facebook page.

In her statement, the mother of two wondered why critics trolled her for sharing photos that got positive views when her husband shared them.

“Dear stone-throwers when my hubby posted this the other day everything is okay but when I post people start catching feelings. It’s such a big shame that there are things that are acceptable for a guy to share but when a woman does the same, trouble! Search your soul and ask yourself if sexism is disturbing your heart,” wrote Wahu.

Recently, the issue was brought to light again after a fan stated that he lost respect for the couple after sharing the photos, further demanding an apology from Wahu for the indecent exposure.

Tangu Wahu ajianike, heshima yangu iliisha kwenu. Nilikua najua nyinyi ni couples wa heshima someone can learn something from, but unfortunately mlijiskosea heshima. Next time nunua swimming costume inafunika mapaja. Heri mimi pekee mwenye nawaambia ukweli kuliko hao 1000 wanawadanganya na uongo. Wahu apologize kuonesha uchi wako (Since Wahu exposed herself, I no longer respect you. I knew you were a couple that someone can learn from but unfortunately you disrespected yourselves. Next time get a costume that doesn’t expose your thighs. Wahu apologizes for exposing yourself),” wrote the fan.

The comment irked Nameless, who in turn fired back terming the fan negative and judgemental, further noting that he does not want that kind of energy around his family.

“Actually I’m okay that you lost respect for her because from how you are reasoning, I don’t want your kind of energy around my family. It’s negative and judgemental. Even though you don’t agree with me, In suggest you learn from different perspectives instead of judging people because they have a different view of life,” wrote Nameless in part.

Adding; “You will realize you are living a very close-minded life. But keep living and judging people who think differently from you, it’s your life. And stop following me or my wife if you think wearing a costume in the beach is wrong… And keep insulting people.”

Nameless and Wahu have recently been in the limelight following their debut reality show series, This Love.

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