Donald Kipkorir shames Dennis Itumbi after dramatic clash in which they traded insults

"He is a pimp living on political handouts with blood in his hands and will end up in prison"-Donald B. Kipkorir

Dennis Itumbi

Kenyans were treated to a dramatic clash between Digital strategist Dennis Itumbi and popular City lawyer Donald B. Kipkorir in which the two traded insults as netizens sat back and enjoyed the heated exchange.

Itumbi started the spat after when he took to social media, advising a local radio station that had been sued by the Kipkorir on behalf of his client not to take the suit seriously, referring to the lawyer as “a slay queen lawyer”.

"Ignore any slay queen lawyer.She shouts but does not know how to bite. She has served me those letters before threatening a defamation suit. I told her to go ahead, I am still waiting almost two years later!," Itumbi wrote.

The renowned lawyer came out guns blazing with scathing remarks, stating that Itumbi is a pimp living on political handouts with blood in his hands and will most definitely end up in prison.

Kipkorir wrote: “Let this message reach Dennis Itumbi: He can troll & abuse me everyday , But he should know the following: 1. He has blood on his hands. 2. He will always be a pimp. 3. He’ll never be an Employer 4. He’ll always live on political handouts. 5. He will end up in Prison or worse!”

Also drawn into the mix is Elegeyo Marakwet Senator Kipchumba Murkomen who attempted to advice Donald B. Kipkorir’s client to drop the suit against the said radio station.

"My senator, let's have professional respect and if my client thought you are a better lawyer than me, he would have come to you. Let’s operate on our different lanes!," Fired Kipkorir in response to Murkomen’s comments.

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