Kenyan male celebrity Willis Raburu is giving Kenyan men hot takes that are like burning trash. According to the man with a failing marriage, if your wife/ girlfriend isn’t arguing with you, then that relationship is doomed as she sees no point in investing her energy.
Why this hot take is horrible is that on the surface, it seems to make sense. Surely, people only invest energy into relationships they feel are worth salvaging and arguing is a very public exertion of energy. This advice is like having to fart while you have stomach poisoning. You think it’s a good idea until you realize it is a shart/ wet fat.
And the garbage advice goes on and on. Another Kenyan male celebrity Ted Josiah recently gave his hot take on the entire Jalang’o situation and it effectively blames Jalang’o and his friends for decisions consenting women made for no other rational reason than to virtue signal. Ted Josiah vomited on his phone’s keyboard in an attempt to explain the logic of his thought and only came up with “he is a celebrity taking advantage of adoring adult women”.
And this got me thinking, do Kenyan men have an actual role model in the public eye who can young men can model themselves around or are all the men in Kenyan media spineless shills selling a false narrative of gallantry and gentlemanly
Rather than prepare young men for the harsh brutalities of the world, men like these would rather reiterate slave morality especially when it comes to their dealings with Kenyan women. The idea is for you not to have yourself as the prize in your head but for your internal dialogue to be one of pedestalizing your partner. Rather than admit to themselves and the world that the world is filled with animals who will kill you or your dreams for no other reason other than boredom, these guys would rather lie to young men that the world is filled with sugar and spice and everything nice.
As a result, we have a generation of young men ill-equipped to handle relationships as they think emotional abuse and thinking women can do no wrong is a healthy model for all relationships. And when in doubt, remember to fall back on the words of your grandstanding Kenyan male celebrity role models.
Rather than advise young men to seek out healthy relationships which will give them peace of mind, Kenyan male celebrities like Willis Raburu will tell you to stick it out in a clearly unhealthy situation where all you do is fight and argue.
Then the other chap, Ted Josiah is an example of Kenyan male celebrities preaching the martyr complex. Women can do no wrong so when something happens involving women, throw yourself on the fire and absolve them of all responsibilities of situations they create.
But Ozymandias you anonymous
asshole, you have only pointed out issues and not pointed out solutions so why not suggest some. Well, for starters, teach your sons not to look to Kenyan male celebrities for male modelling. Most of them come from single-mother households and did not get to model themselves against healthy male mentors. The others that did, prioritize their safe image even if it is a fictitious one. That is why Kenyan celebrities wilt under public scrutiny -no integrity.