Socialite addresses allegations of sleeping her way into the bar and whether she will be posting steamy photos now that she is an advocate

Popular socialite Corazon Kwamboka was among 125 lawyers admitted to the bar by Chief Justice David Maraga last week.

Corazon Kwamboka admitted to the bar

An excited Corazon took to social media to break the good news with a few pictures of her new achievement. Well-wishers and fans streamed to her social media pages to congratulate her on her new achievement but as expected there are those who felt that her admission to the bar was ‘sexually transmitted'

Speaking on 10/10 the smiling socialite was quick to defend herself by saying “If that’s true it must have started from when I was six years old. But it’s not true.”

When asked to explain if her photos look like unprofessional conduct, Corazon said “To answer your question some people might feel that my pictures are not every professional and everything but the fact that I’ve been admitted to the bar. It means that I’ve qualified as much as anyone else. So if anyone gives me the chance they will know I’m good as someone else or even better.”

So what made Corazon aspire to be a lawyer?

She said that she has always wanted to be a lawyer, to fight injustice and help the destitute .And the fact that her favourite uncle was a good lawyer, she got inspired by him. Reading books especially by John Grisham also inspired her.

So will we be seeing more X-rated photos of Corazon now that she is an advocate?

“Probably,because  I have clothing line and I model my clothes you will see some pictures not too extreme… but no apologies.” She said.

“How will you balance law and have some level of your brand away from the socialite circle?"  Willis asked.

“When in the office I’m Corazon the advocate, when I’m doing my business I’m Corazon the entrepreneur. I don’t think there is anything wrong with diversifying your sources of income.”

Corazon on 10/10

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