Kenyan lawyer turned socialite, Corazon Kwamboka has spoken up on the setbacks being in the limelight has cost her.
The bootyful businesswoman who graduated as an Advocate of the High Court from Kenya School of Law said socialism was by utter chance.
I was in the Kenya School of Law when I decided to go for a shoot. I put them on social media and that is how I became a socialite. I have no regrets as much as I was a brilliant student, I also would not have wanted a 9 to 5 job. It worked out for good.
The working hours did not jell well with her but she still practices Law. Though, seldom.
I practice Law but rarely. Maybe once or twice a year.
However, it was the world of fame that drove her into ´quitting´ Law because of the negative picture it had already painted about her as a person.
It made me not practice law. At the time, I felt like I was being misjudged. I just pulled back from the Law School because I was scared of looking for a job.
Not just Law. Socialism sacrificed her relationships because men who came her way felt insecure, judging from her kind of reputation.
It affected my relationships from when it happened. I have dated and the guys get insecure because of the comments on social media. They start being insecure a few months into the relationship.
What of her enviable body?
It´s genetic, most of my family look like this so I started working out.
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