In response to claims that she did not forgive Brian Chira before to his passing, Azziad responds

Content creator Azziad Nasenya has finally addressed lingering questions from fans regarding her past feud with Brian Chira, breaking her silence during a recent Live session on TikTok.

When her followers pressed her on whether she had forgiven Chira following their public dispute in 2023, Azziad chose not to directly address the matter. Instead, she cryptically remarked that only Chira knew whether she had forgiven him, leaving the issue in divine hands.

“Mwenyewe anajua (It is only Chira who knows). Khai! I am seeing things and I am like, may God forgive their souls,” Azziad shared during the Live session.

Despite persistent inquiries from fans, Azziad firmly stated that she would not discuss the circumstances surrounding Chira’s passing.

Asserting her stance, she said, “Imagine I can’t speak about that. You guys know me too well. I am not the kind of person who will take a phone and say things. You will never get me, you will never catch me doing that.”

The history between Azziad and Chira dates back to July 2023 when Chira was arrested for allegedly making defamatory accusations against Azziad, leading to legal action pursued by Azziad’s legal team.

Chira’s actions were deemed defamatory as they included leaking Azziad’s personal phone number, resulting in a barrage of abusive calls and messages directed towards her.

Azziad’s lawyer pointed out the distress caused by the dissemination of her private information and vowed to pursue legal recourse under the Computer Misuse and Cybercrime Act.

Following the feud, Chira expressed remorse for his actions, stating, “I do regret everything. I would have done better. If the other party is willing to sit down and have a chat, I am ready.”

However, Chira’s subsequent actions while in police custody further fueled controversy, as he was heard appealing for assistance and implying regret for his actions.

According to a police report, Chira died as a result of an accident in the Karuri area on March 16. He will be laid to rest on March 26, 2024.

Azziad Nasenya: From Viral Fame to Contemplating Suicide

Radio personality and actress Azziad Nasenya recently opened up about her harrowing experience with cyberbullying, revealing that she even contemplated suicide following the viral success of her video dancing to the song “Utawezana” by Femi One.

In an interview with Dr. Ofweneke on TV47, Nasenya candidly shared the overwhelming online abuse she faced, which led her to consider quitting social media and even taking her own life. Living alone at the time, the sudden surge of attention and negative feedback caught her off guard, plunging her into a state of despair.

The Sudden Turn to Cyberbullying

Nasenya recalled her feelings after the video went viral:

“The bullying was hectic so there’s this day I have never said this before. I was living on the 4th floor, that was my first house. I was living alone in this one bedroom, my mum was paying the rent, of course, not me,” she said.

While she had experienced viral fame before on TikTok, the response to this particular video was profoundly different. Nasenya described the swift change from receiving love and appreciation to facing intense cyberbullying, driving her to tears and solitary moments of contemplating suicide from her apartment balcony.

Her Darkest Moment

“It was different, people knew me so it escalated. People were sharing it, and I was like okay cool nice. so it was all love and then before you know it, boom. It changed and I’m like okay what is happening? It changed after a day or a day and a half. I remember I was crying. It was terrible, I’m alone it’s in the middle of a lockdown. I, literally went to my balcony and I was like um is this where God you let me go,” she shared about the decision she was ready to make.

She questioned why harmless fun in creating dance videos had resulted in such vehement negativity and distress, leading to her darkest moment.

The Importance of Support

In her vulnerable state, Nasenya acknowledged the pivotal role of her support system, crediting her team, friends, and management for being her pillars during this challenging period. Their unwavering presence and immediate intervention provided her with the strength to navigate through the tumultuous times.

A Call for Compassion

Nasenya’s story highlights the damaging impact of online hate and the importance of supporting individuals faced with sudden, overwhelming attention. It’s a reminder to spread kindness and understanding, especially in the digital age where words can have a profound impact.

Mwende Macharia defends herself, explains why Azziad stormed off

Mwende Macharia, a media personality, has shared her perspective on the problematic interview she had with well-known TikToker Azziad Nasenya.

Azziad stormed out of the studio in anger during the incident on Wednesday.

The vivacious radio host disclosed exclusively to Nairobi News that she had invited Azziad to join on her show section dubbed “Inspirational Wednesday,” which highlights the accomplishments of young people who have excelled in various spheres of life.

“As one of those people who has achieved great success in her craft, I wanted Azziad to share her story with our audience,”

Mwende claims that when she asked a question regarding the dissolution of the Talanta Hela Council, a subject they had already agreed not to discuss, the unexpected departure took place.

As the presenter asked additional questions, Azziad answered “no comment” to each one.

“We agreed not to talk about it. No comment. Mwende tukishaongea na tuka agree I will honestly walk out of here. Because we cannot agree on something then you go back on it.

You do not respect me as a brand and I cannot appreciate that dear. Thank you” Azziad had said in protestation.

Mwende highlighted that these instances are uncommon during her presentations and that she and Azziad are not hostile to one another. She stressed that she was only going about her business as a journalist.

The seasoned media personality insisted that her only goal was to find out if Azziad’s life had been damaged by losing the job opportunity with Talanta Hela. As a journalist, she thought it was appropriate to pose the question.

Mwende responded to the trolls and detractors by saying that despite having 14 years of professional experience as a journalist, she does not let negativity affect her life.

Mwende said that she has no ill will toward Azziad and that all of her acts were strictly related to her job duties.

Azziad manager explains why she ran away from radio interview

Popular social media personality Azziad Nasenya walked out of a live interview with Mwende Macharia of Radio Maisha after being asked about her alleged firing from Talanta Hela Council. The incident, which was captured on a TikTok live stream from the radio station, sparked a debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy.

Nasenya and Macharia had reportedly agreed not to discuss the firing during the interview. However, Macharia broached the topic anyway, asking Nasenya if she had been fired from Talanta Hela Council. Nasenya immediately expressed her displeasure, clearly indicating that she felt uncomfortable with the line of inquiry.

“I’m not comfortable talking about this,” she said. “We agreed not to discuss this.”

Macharia persisted, asking Nasenya if she could provide any details about her firing. Nasenya refused to answer, and she eventually walked out of the studio.

The incident has sparked a debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy. Some people have argued that Macharia was within her rights to ask Nasenya about her firing, while others have said that she violated Nasenya’s privacy by asking about a sensitive topic that they had agreed not to discuss.

Nasenya has not commented on the incident, but she has since shared a post on social media in which she thanked her fans for their support.

The incident highlights the delicate balance between a journalist’s responsibility to ask probing questions and respecting the interviewee’s boundaries. It is also a reminder that social media can be a powerful tool for people to express their opinions and share their stories.

Azziad Nasenya Walks Out Of Radio Maisha Interview

Popular social media personality Azziad Nasenya walked out of an interview with Mwende of Radio Maisha after being asked about her alleged firing from Talanta Hela Council. The incident, captured on a TikTok live stream from the radio station, sparked a heated debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy.

The interview began with Mwende asking Azziad about her recent success on social media. Azziad was happy to discuss her work and her plans for the future. However, the interview took an unexpected turn when Mwende broached the topic of her alleged firing from Talanta Hela Council.

Azziad was visibly upset by the question and immediately expressed her displeasure. She said that she had not agreed to discuss this topic and that she felt blindsided by Mwende’s line of questioning. She then marched out of the studios, stating that she would not continue the interview.

Mwende defended her line of questioning, emphasizing her role as a journalist. She argued that asking about the controversial firing was crucial for the interview to make sense and provide relevant information to the audience. She also said that she had been given permission to ask about the topic by Azziad’s manager.

The incident has sparked a heated debate about the boundaries of journalistic inquiry and personal privacy. Some people have argued that Mwende was right to ask about the firing, as it was a matter of public interest. Others have argued that Azziad had a right to privacy and that Mwende’s line of questioning was inappropriate.

The incident is a reminder of the delicate balance that journalists must strike between the public’s right to know and the individual’s right to privacy. It is also a reminder that even the most popular social media personalities are entitled to their privacy.

Azziad Nasenya’s manager, Peter Kawa, talks about her rise to fame and her dedication to her craft.

Azziad Nasenya is one of Kenya’s most popular content creators, with over 1.5 million followers on TikTok and over 500,000 followers on Instagram. She rose to fame in 2020 after videos of her dancing to Femi One’s hit song “Utawezana” went viral.

In a recent interview with Phil Director, Azziad’s manager, Peter Kawa, talked about her rise to fame and her dedication to her craft. Kawa said that he first met Azziad in 2017, after she joined a group that he led. He was immediately impressed by her enthusiasm for acting and her natural talent for performing.

In 2018, Kawa drafted a contract outlining his role in Azziad’s career. He began encouraging her to create content, and they embarked on their collaborative journey.

Azziad’s passion for TikTok and Instagram fueled her rise in 2020. However, with newfound fame came numerous challenges. Kawa recounted finding her overwhelmed, bombarded with thousands of unread messages and enduring online trolling.

“Her phone had over 50k messages unread. She would go offline but would still get people would troll her on WhatsApp. Some would even add her to groups just to troll her and then remove her. That is when I took over the management role officially.”

It was at this point that Kawa formally assumed the role of Azziad’s manager. Together, they took measures to protect Azziad’s well-being, providing her with a new phone and a new SIM card.

Kawa emphasized that success does not happen overnight and noted Azziad’s unwavering ambition to become a superstar, a dream that materialized unexpectedly quickly.

“We simply organized and utilized available resources to support her. She is incredibly diligent and treats everyone with equality. She is blessed and devoted to prayer.”

Kawa is grateful for the opportunity to work with Azziad and is confident that she will continue to achieve great things. He said, “She is a force to be reckoned with, and I am excited to see what she accomplishes in the future.”

Ringtone eyeing Azziad Nasenya after Zari turned him down?

Controversial gospel artist Ringtone might have bagged himself a new woman; that is if the rumors linking him to one Azziad Nasenya are true.

The lass first made headlines after her ‘utawezana’ video went viral showing how flexible she is; and for some reason most of her male fans can’t help but keep shooting their shot hoping they can have her.

Well, Ringtone is no different as word making rounds on social media is that he may be chasing after the young lass. This is after several photos emerged on social media showing the two together.

Although this is not enough to justify why the two were spotted together; by now I am sure fans understand how Ringtone moves.

Tik-Tok queen, Azziad Nasenya

Ringtone and Zari

A few months ago Ringtone publicly declared his love for Zari as he was hoping to wife her down. Things however did not go his way even after claiming he had bought her a Range Rover.

Ringtone buys Zari a new ride

Zari on the other hand turned him down leaving the singer with bitter feelings that he now appears to have let go of. Speaking to Sonko news who highlighted the story, Ringtone allegedly not only praised Azziad for her beauty but her beauty. He opened up saying;

I think that Azziad is a very beautiful lady. She is very smart and very intelligent. When I see her I am shocked at the amount of shade that Kenyans have been throwing her way.

New wife?

Well it seems that something is definitely going on between Ringtone and Azziad who has since become a household name in the entertainment industry. We cannot confirm whether the relationship rumors are true or if the two teamed up to overshadow the likes of the Bahati’s and Size 8’s family who are over currently the richest couples in the entertainment industry.

Check out the photos below.

Azziad dating Ringtone?
Azziad with Ringtone