Miss Mandi and Amina Abdi situation exposes hypocrisy of Kenyan feminists

Kenyan feminists are a joke. We know this after the way they handled the Miss Mandi and Amina Abdi exposes. And unless you’ve just awoken from your 100 year sleep, I will not be revisiting it. Just kidding Rip van Winkle.

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Koome Gitobu, a photographer and videographer had previously come out to share his experience as an intern at Capital FM, at a time when Miss Mandi was also at the radio station. Although she left 3 or so years ago, and their interaction was over 5 years ago, the memories of their interactions left him traumatised.

Miss Mandii

She would routinely humiliate and mock him and would invite the rest of the office into the cruel game. This revelation elicited more revelations from others who had interacted with Miss Mandi and were left stung by her cruel sense of humour.

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The same thing happened with Amina Abdi. She was brought up by a tweep on Twitter who was responding to the thread about Mandi Sarro. According to this individual, she is more cruel than even the former and this led to more “witnesses” and “victims” to come out and accuse her of being a vile human being.

What was interesting was the silence from the most vociferous Kenyan feminists. And it didn’t go unnoticed. Actually, that isn’t entirely accurate. Some foolish and dishonest feminists attempted to cast what was happening (the two media personalities being called out for their toxicity and held accountable) as some sort of proof that Kenyans are misogynists.

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But let us focus on how the vast majority of feminists reacted… With silence.


And this is why everyone was calling back to the incident that happened involving Shaffie Weru and DJ Joe Mfalme aswell as Neville. To be frank, it is why most normal people do not pay any attention to the ludicrous rantings of feminists: there is zero honesty in their argument. And both Amina Abdi and Miss Mandi are proof of this fact.

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In one case, the men made what some considered unsavoury jokes about a situation involving a man who had thrown his girlfriend over the balcony of a building they were chilling at after he had bought her drinks and she refused to fulfill the covert contract. On the other hand, the female media personalities were called out for being virtual bullies who made life hell for their colleagues and caused them to get drepressed.

So why the wildly different reactions? Why were Miss Mandi and Amina Abdi left largely unscathed? It is because Kenyan feminists do not believe in accountability among their own. So why bother punishing the two? Afterall, had they not simply done what feminists want to achieve in life? To not only surplant men but act like the worst, lowest among men? To act like bullies?

Think about it. If Kenyan feminists really wanted to make things better for women, why wouldn’t they want to thin out members of their horde who target even women? Why wouldn’t they want to show women who aren’t part of the “it circle” of digital feminists that they offer safety? That would be what a visionary leader would do. It would be what a smart coven of witches would do. Instead, they would rather fall on their own sword and remain silent.

Another resultant consequence of what they have done is that they have alienated men. Clearly, Kenyan feminists are mere misandrists. So why bother taking them seriously? Do you take the mad woman ranting and raving naked at the market seriously? You do when she has a stone or is chasing you with a stick. So what can men do to protect themselves from the lynch mobs that protect women such as Miss Mandi and Amina Abdi? Opt out. men do not fight women. They do not compete with women. They simply move on and create even more spaces that lock women out.

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Kenyan celebs only get political when their stomachs are threatened and that is not wrong

Kenyan celebrities such as Khaligraph Jones, Dj Joe Mfalme and all the rest only ever get political when their stomachs are on the line and while this seems like a self-serving trait, it is actually how we are supposed to engage in political discourse.

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You see, Kenyan celebs are inherently selfish. The likes of Khaligraph Jones and DJ Joe Mfalme, Bahati and all your favourite acts are all just driven by their stomachs. They do not care whether or not things go right for you or the rest of the nation unless it affects their bottom line and at that point, they begin to rally people to their cause.

Khaligraph Jones
Khaligraph Jones has began demanding the country is opened up

This is actually done for two reasons that IQ want us to delve deeper into so I can prove that this is actually how the rest of Kenyans should engage in politics and with politicians especially if we want a mature democracy rather than the low IQ political discourse that usually happens centred around tribal and ethnic political thinking.

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Kenyan celebrities are just beginning to talk publicly about the national lockdown and curfew that is in force and they are doing so because they more than anyone else have been disproportionately affected and they are losing income and they can no longer perform at night and even public gatherings are restricted. And the reason they are doing this is that they are usually beholden to politicians who are either their patrons or whose supporters will divide themselves along tribal lines meaning celebs can actually lose face an fans by supporting the wrong political factions.

DJ Joe Mfalme
Dj Joe Mfalme has joined in with the voices of artists calling for Kenya to be unlocked

A case in point would be with BBI that is currently being debated. Can you imagine a Jaluo artist publicly saying they are against it when the Luo lynchpin and kingmaker, Raila Odinga has been canvassing the country drumming up support for BBI? Or someone from Ruto’s backyard saying they support BBI. That could be career suicide.
And so Khaligraph Jones and Octopizzo cannot really be seen to be going against the grain of their ethnicity. So you have to understand why they avoid getting political unless their pockets are being affected.

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Then there is the real reason why Kenyan celebs are smart for only speaking when their stomachs are affected: that is what politics is all about -self-interest. Too often, Kenyans vote against their own self-interest simply because their political chieftain and the sycophantic witchdoctors they keep around them tell them it is what is in the best interest for their tribe.

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If there is anything we should learn from Kenyan celebs such as Khaligraph Jones, DJ Joe Mfalme and all the others calling for the country to be unlocked is that we should only ever engage our political leaders to guide their agendas… No, to demand that their agendas reflect our interests. demand your MP goes to parliament and pushes for some sort of social security for you if your job has been affected by the lockdowns. Insist your governor put in place measures to protect you from getting kicked out of your home or you and your family having to sleep hungry.

And I can only hope that our mind;ling intelligence celebrities can now learn how to plan well in advance and see that their self interests should not only be addressed when things are dire. They need to start protecting themselves well in advance.

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