Popular Tik Tok star Kelvin Kinuthia has urged people to stop assuming his sexuality. Speaking in an interview, Kinuthia said he has never spoken publicly about it and Kenyans should wait for the day he will declare his gender identity. “I want people to stop assuming my sexuality.
There is no one I have talked to about my sexuality, no one knows, so let it stay that way. Then there's this one thing when you shoot a video with someone all of a sudden you are dating them, people should stop insinuating and wait for people to speak,” said Kinuthia.
He said after going viral for the wrong reasons, the owner of a house he was to move into canceled his lease agreement saying he no longer needed a tenant.
“The agents canceled the contract and returned my deposit after the story of eating fare went viral,” he added. In September last year, the content creator denied claims that he was arrested for posing as a woman and acquiring money under false pretenses.
Kinuthia’s photos were shared on Facebook with claims that he had ‘eaten fare’ worth Sh344,000 set aside for his two-way flight ticket, shopping and a brand new phone. “Justin Kioko, a resident of Machakos is in police custody for obtaining money through pretense. The 31-year-old allegedly received Sh344,500 via M-Pesa. The money was to cover a two-way ticket, shopping and for her to buy a brand new phone,” he said. Kinuthia disputed the claims, clarifying that he is not from Machakos further denying any association with the story.