It’s not me - Nyce Wanjeri addresses viral sex tape

I was sent very damning and unmentionable messages.

Nyce Wanjeri (Instagram)

Former Auntie Boss actress Nyce Wanjeri has been forced to distance herself from a viral sex tape.

Some netizens have claimed that it’s her in the tape due to her similarity with the participant but Nyce has categorically stated that it’s not her.

“Haiyaa! Hivi ndio mwaka mpya after birthday inaanza?! Naambiwa jana mtandao imewaka moto juu ya ile kuni imerushwa huko

Halafu maswali za ‘Ni yeye?! Ni wewe?!’ Please, that lady currently being exposed, insulted, objectified and embarrassed is not me. And I really feel for her, I would never wish this on my worst enemy,” part of her post read.

She then went on to add, “When you trust someone with your vulnerability and they do something like this, it destroys a part of you. I really hope she is able to recover from this. As for myself, thank you fans, family and friends for the inboxes of concern. I appreciate you more as some took this as an opportunity to insult, ridicule and humiliate me by sending very damning and unmentionable messages. Good thing is that it reminded me that when you are on your way up, there are those who can't wait to tear you down. We shall rise above this. We shall not ignore or forget it, but let us all learn from it! Now I am even motivated to do more! #OneJerry shall prosper.”

Worrying trend

This tape comes hot on the heels of Ella Wanjiru’s sex tape that was leaked by an ex-lover who even tried extorting money from her.

In a post on social media, Ella shared a screenshot of her chilling conversation with her black mailer who aggressively demanded money from her and even after she sent the money, he still leaked the video.

Despite what had befallen her, Ella had a ‘chin up’ approach to the tape.

 “Tough times don’t last, tough people do. Some people on social media streets feed on misery. So let me own this and take their power away. Intimate pictures and videos of me are being shared on social media. They were never meant for public distribution. Strictly for a person I chose to trust.

A simple story of Girl meets Boy. I fell for him and gave all of me. He ransomed my dignity at 20,000 Shillings and released our intimate communication, knowing that it shall be shared, go viral and become clickbait,” read part of her post.

Please don’t share.

She then asked people to stop sharing her vulnerable images as all it did was further breathe life into her personal nightmare.

“My friends, sending my vulnerable images to others only breathes further life into my personal nightmare. I ask you to deny this extortionist their power. My parents may not be with us, but I’m still someone’s daughter. If you are or have gone through this experience, you’re not alone, and it’s definitely not our fault. This has left me feeling scared, unsafe and worried about my future. However, I refuse to be threatened, shamed or humiliated.

To my Support System (Instafam) thanks for your endless patience and compassion. No malicious comments, no victim-shaming has been expressed towards me by you. Asante. Love & Light,” added Ella.

What the law says

In 2018, President Uhuru signed The Computer Misuse and Cybercrimes bill into Law outlawing cyberbullying and the wrongful dissemination of obscene content. Those found guilty of distributing obscene content of another person are liable to a fine of ‘not exceeding 200,000 shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or to both.’

“A person who transfers, publishes or disseminates, including making a digital depiction available for distribution or downloading through a telecommunications network or through any other means of transferring data to a computer, the intimate or obscene image of another person commits an offence and is liable, on conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred thousand shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years, or to both,” reads section 37 of the act.


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