News of a lady who insulted Stivo Simple Boy have gone viral after she apologized, attracting Nairobi Women Rep, Esther Passaris´ attention.
The lady identified as Bosibori, trolled the Kenyan musician and other men over their looks until rusty photos of her were unearthed on Twitter.
Bosibori therefore took to twitter early in the week to make her apology.
The lady however became vulnerable after sharing her agony of living in a world where ´black´ skin color has become an insecurity.
In a long thread, her words in part read:
I may be black, My skin may not be as beautiful and I have my own insecurities It’s not fun using makeup and filters I have always felt bad for being black, getting teased from childhood always made me feel insecure.
This compelled Nairobi women representative, Honorable Esther Passaris to intercede and embrace the lady after seeing her vulnerability.
Hon. Passaris tweeted:
This was an invite by the politician to sit and have a chat with Bosibori in order to help her regain her self esteem after such wear and tear.
The women rep went ahead to urge Bosibori to not only forgive, but to block the trolls as well.
Trolls need our forgiveness and then to get on the express to our blocked list until they find their peace. We should not allow them to ‘rent’ space in our heads and hearts. Let us live for those who are good to us, and die to those not good to us.
It became interesting as Kenyans were quick to share their ´agonies´ as well, to try their luck for a sleepover.
June 5, 2020