For the past few days, Socialite Huddah Monroe has been the talk of town after he was featured in popular US Magazine ‘Harper’s Bazaar.’
Huddah Monroe speaks after claims she was not featured in American Magazine
Kenyans could not just keep quiet because of the moves the boss chick has been making quietly.
She also thanked the magazine for giving her a platform to share her story with the world and that she was looking forward to expand her businesses to the free world.
However, a section of users went on to claim that Huddah had faked all that just to appear top of her game and that the person who was on the cover of Harper’s Bazaar’s September issue was American singer Alicia Keys.
In her response to the haters, Huddah said that some of those hating on her will never even be featured on toilet paper.
“Some people will never even in their dreams be featured on a toilet paper. Bora Ilikufikia…. Stay hating… the sky is our point of view,” she wrote on Instagram.
The truth of the matter is that they (Alicia Keys and Huddah Monroe) are featured in Harper’s Bazaar issue with the boss chick being featured on the publication’s pullout called ‘Crazy Rich Angelenos’ which only features foreigners living large in Los Angeles.
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