Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris ushered the new year with her daughter Makenna Ngugi in style at a undisclosed location.
The 54-year-old former model also had a message for all others who always go after demeaning and trolling women who like to looking good and boujee: respect them in 2019.
The Woman Representative posted a clip on Twitter slaying with her daughter in the party, and urged people to respect slay queens unlike what has been happening in the past.
“Let’s embrace and allow each other to be the best that we can be without destroying the core of who God (and not Men Playing God) wants us to be,” she said.
Enjoyed slaying with my daughter last night as we ushered in the New Year. Let us not demean our women and girls and subject them to continuous emotional, mental and physical abuse for being who they are. Make up. Clothes. Curvy. Tiny waistlines. Outspoken. Bold. Beautiful. pic.twitter.com/B66jEUkeP4
— Hon. Esther M Passaris (@EstherPassaris) January 1, 2019
It’s not the first time Passaris has defended “Slayers”. Last year, she said that there’s nothing wrong with being a slay queen.
“There is a lot of talk about Slay Queens, so this is what slaying is all about, it is about loving yourself putting your lipstick, doing a kiss having a photograph, slaying isn’t about prostitution. Our young teenagers our young girls slay. Even I have slayed with my daughter on the photograph so let’s just cut this conversation about slay queens and kings.
“When you see governor Joho he puts a picture of himself looking very cool and nothing no comment whatsoever, what do you call that? That is slaying. So there is nothing wrong with slaying it’s about being confident of who you are and your space,” said Esther Passaris.
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