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What Koffi Olomide did is shameful and unforgivable

By Fay Ngina | July 24th 2016

When a man shouts at a woman it is okay, when a man cheats on a woman well it’s understandable, but when a man hits a woman in public, that’s unforgivable. It doesn’t matter what the reasons are but there is no explanation why a man should hit a woman publicly.

The incident that transpired two days ago won’t be forgotten in a very long time; what Koffi Olomide did at the JKIA will haunt him forever. How can he hit a woman publicly on Kenyan soil? Whoever said that you should not mix personal issues with business was right, Olomide mixed his personal issues with his career and now he has to deal with the consequences.

A lot of people were expecting to have a really good time that Saturday. To even think that 6000 people were to attend his show and that all the VIP tickets had been sold out, is shameful. Well, he has become more famous in Kenya but his popularity has definitely gone down.

Kenyans are pissed about what happened.  Whether he was locked up or deported to his home country doesn’t really matter, the damaged has been done. You can build your career for 50 years but ruin it in one single moment. But funny enough, he will still have his fans that will support him no matter what.

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