Joho and Dennis Okari dragged into Betty Kyallo’s “naughty” post

Kenyans react to Betty's suggestive photo

Betty started an online storm after she posted a seductive photo with the caption “I ain’t a doctor but I can make you feel better. Any patients?”.

Social media users on Twitter and on Instagram responded with various comments, some mischievously tagging Joho and Okari as potential patients to the celebrated TV queen.

"Please describe any medication to ," Phillip Denno tweeted.

Trevor Kasyoka replied, "Where is your Husband???????????????".

"Please do, but don't forget I too come from county 001," another user, Stephen Morang'a said.

Okari is Betty’s ex-husband, the couple divorced in 2016 after a troubled marriage than lasted one year.

After the collapse of her marriage, the KTN anchor dated Joho but their relationship hit the rocks due to what she described as religious differences and diverging interests.

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