Miss Mandi apologises for ‘bullying’ colleagues in her previous work station

By and , K24 Digital
On Sat, 22 Jan, 2022 19:50 | 2 mins read

Miss Mandi has apologised for 'unintentionally' hurting her former colleagues at One FM.

Mandi, however, said she could not recall any moment she bullied her ex-colleagues.

"I feel terrible that some of my actions could have caused some of those who have interacted with me such distress because that is not who I am now or what I stand for," she said in a statement.

Two days ago, a tweet about ‘accountability’ saw Miss Mandi take over the trends on Twitter after her former colleague put her on blast.

In her tweet, she wrote: “I truly dislike people who aren’t big on accountability. You can’t go around doing things that hurt people then are afraid to be accountable for your actions. You’re stunting your own growth.”

A Twitter user identified as Koome Gitobu would then quickly quote her with a thread of bullying allegations before KOT joined in with more receipts.

Apparently, Mandi who previously worked as a radio host is accused of trolling Gitobu for his sense of fashion, accent and sometimes food and made bullish nicknames behind his back during his time at the radio station.

“Just sitting here watching the person who constantly terrorized and brutally bullied me the entire time we worked together to talk about accountability,” he tweeted.

Further, Gitobu accused Mandi of constantly trying to sabotage his media career, however, he says he still remained in the industry and they have crossed paths again even after leaving the radio job.

“And to be very clear: we have worked in the same industry since then. We have crossed paths many a time since. So where is this “accountability” she speaks of so woke-ly?” he questioned.

Further slander ensued after a past publication was retrieved where Mandi is accused of physically assaulting media personality Anita Nderu.

Another user unearthed an email from 2015 by comedian Butita where Mandi left a savage response to him.

At the time, Butita had sent applications for a radio job at Capital FM.

“Three years down the line, respect and humility will get us there. Believe in yourself,” Butita tweeted.

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