He was forced to address the allegations.
This was in a Q&A session with his fans where one of his followers asked him why he ‘avoids’ black girls and people who aren’t famous in the media.
“Why don’t you like talking to black women & people who are not famous in the eyes of the media?” the fan asked.
A question that seemed to irritate Sean who replied with “What an ignorant question. I have friends and people who appreciate me as much as I appreciate them, I don’t have time for such ignorance. This is the last time I’ll respond to such things.”
Another fan also commented that he/she has never seen Sean with black friends. “Honestly I’ve never seen you with any black friends are you specific?” he/she asked and Sean replied with “Lol my friends are my friends.”
Although he doesn’t go out of his way to choose high-rolling friends, Sean has some high-profile friends that include Uhuru Kenyatta’s son Muhoho.
A man who he defended passionately after he was trolled for struggling with the Kiswahili language during a visit to Nandi County.
Speaking to SDE after defending Muhoho, Sean said “He is my friend and I always defend my friends. The attacks were quite unfair because he made an effort to speak to the public and people couldn’t accept his courage and I felt like I needed to defend him.”