Content creator Azziad Nasenya, has been making waves on social media for quite some time now with her exceptional talent in dancing and charming smile. Her videos have garnered a significant following, and she has become one of the most influential social media personalities in Kenya.
However, as is often the case with online fame, Azziad has not been immune to criticism. Recently, a Twitter user by the name of Brenda Makena criticized her content, calling it oversexualized and without any educational or moral value.
Brenda's tweet read, "The reason why I don't follow Azziad on any of her social that use her content is oversexualized and there is nothing to learn or any value added from anything she posts. Call me a hater, it's the truth. Sex sells."
In response to the criticism, Azziad responded gracefully, advising Brenda to stick to her own preferences and avoid doing anything that she does not like.
“You do you boo. Don't ever let anyone force you to do what you don't like. stick to your lane and run your race,” Azziad responded.
Azziad's fans also rallied to her defense, with many of them pointing out that she was simply securing her bag and earning more endorsements.
However, this is not the first time that Azziad has faced criticism online. Recently, when she landed a government job, some netizens questioned her qualifications and competence for the position, demanding that she reveal what made her deserving of the job. However, despite the criticism, Azziad has continued to pursue her passion and grow her brand, with her fan base showing no signs of slowing down.
Azziad's rise to fame has been nothing short of impressive. She started out as a college student with a passion for dance and a dream of making it big in the entertainment industry. With the help of social media, she has managed to turn her dreams into reality and become one of the most recognized personalities in Kenya.
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