Nairobi Woman Representative Esther Passaris has once again gone ham on Kenya Film Classification Board (KFCB) CEO Ezekiel Mutua, after he refused to apologize to singer Akothee.
Her private part was exposed in your mind – Passaris to Ezekiel Mutua
You need help!!
In a tweet, Passaris said that Mutua had a dirty mind and his claims that the singer exposed her private parts was only in his mind.
She insisted that she watched Akothee’s performance and all she did was pull some sexy dance moves on stage adding that the KFCB boss needed help.
“You have a sick mind. Her private part was exposed only in your mind. On stage I saw her sexy dance moves, her flexibility and her confidence in her skin. You saw her vagina through her costume and double stockings. You need help my brother. You need help,” she wrote.
This was after Ezekiel Mutua said he was surprised that the Nairobi County legislator supported such indecency instead of urging women to respect themselves.
“There's no other name to call that kind of madness mheshimiwa. I am shocked that you support such obscenity. As a leader you should be encouraging women to respect themselves by not exposing their private parts in public or gyrating for men. That's cheap and indecent!” read Mutua’s tweet.
Mutua was responding to a tweet where Esther Passaris demanded that he apologized to Akothee following his remarks on her Watamu performance.
The two were engaged in a heated debate when they appeared on a local TV station’s morning show to discuss the debacle involving singer Akothee.
The singer became talk of town after photos of her performance in Watamu went viral. In one of the photos, Akothee's dancers were seen pulling her legs apart while dancing on stage.
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