A fun-seeking woman in Nairobi learnt the hard way that there exists no such thing as free lunch. This was after a Facebook boyfriend threw her out of his house in the dead of the night for being “uncooperative”.
That Collins Marawe, a student at a university along Thika Superhighway, had spent a considerable amount of his Higher Education Loans Board (Helb) loan to treat his new catch, Cate Moraa, only for her to turn down his request for a ‘gland to gland’ combat infuriated him so much that he turned beastly.
Supposedly, there are a million ways of thanking a male university student for paying your transport all the way from Nakuru to Nairobi and treating you to an expensive sumptuous meal.
But, as it seems, sleeping in your jeans trousers in his bed and mumbling “wacha kunisumbua (stop disturbing me)” is certainly not one of them, as Moraa rudely discovered.
Moraa and Marawe met online months back and have been flirting and warming up to each other since then. Curious to take the relationship to the next level, Marawe invited Nakuru-based Moraa to Nairobi for a weekend treat. Marawe said he had hinted to her what the hot date was to entail, but for some strange reasons she decided to play daft, turning down his advances.
What was expected to be a happy ‘amorous congress’ quickly spiraled out of control and turned into a noisy, forceful eviction in the middle of the night.
Moraa’s efforts to return the genie into the bottle by promising to ‘cooperate’ landed on deaf ears as an irked Marawe unceremoniously kicked her out, causing commotion that woke up neighbours.
“She took my kindness for weakness. I blew up a lot of cash from my Helb loan on her, and the best way she could thank me was to get into my bed in jeans and warn me not to disturb her?” a visibly angry Marawe scoffed rhetorically, as his neigbours jostled to catch the drama.
Team mafisi member
Marawe said he had caused a lot of inconvenience to his roommates by sending them on what he called “exile” to give room for his guest. And all she could do in return was to, in his words, “vomit on my shoes” by pulling the uncooperative stunt.
“Were all my efforts in futility? The bus fare, movies, food, drinks and all that...for free? Some women will have to get serious in this town,” said Marawe loudly, as tickled neigbours laughed their heads off, with some sympathising with the poor girl.
Marawe said drama began when he brought up the topic about the big game itself and Moraa ignored him and instead began fidgeting with her phone as she chatted away.
“After the movies we were watching ended, I began hinting at what was to happen next but she became uncooperative, claiming she was tired,” said Marawe, adding: “When I told her she neither came here to chat nor for Bible studies, she fumed (sic) and got into bed fully dressed, saying that the visit was purely on a friend to friend basis, accusing me of demanding more than I had bargained for.”
While some neigbours slammed the woman, saying it served her right for her ingratitude, others sided with her and even gave her a place to sleep before she left early the following day.
“It feels good when a member of Team Mafisi meets his match. Just because you have invited a woman to Nairobi and entertained her doesn’t mean she must let you raid her cookie jar. He should be ashamed of himself,” hissed a neighbour who took the woman in.
The incident has now made Marawe the talking point in the campus.