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Lady who made fun of Stivo Simple Boy apologises after numerous trolls
By Standard Reporter | Updated Jan 14, 2020 at 12:14 EAT
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“I may be black, my skin may not be as beautiful and I have my own insecurities It’s not fun using makeup and filters I have always felt bad for being black, getting teased from childhood always made me feel insecure.

“Honestly this experience has made me learn a lot and I’m writing this sincerely apologize if I have ever hurt anyone on this app...

A lady who at one point made fun of artiste Stivo Simple Boy’s looks has issued an apology after netizens trolled her for ‘bleaching’ her skin.

Bosibori has been trending for a couple of days and she has finally come out to apologise to the artiste as well as open up on her insecurities.

Through a series of tweets, she stated that she has broken down as a result of the constant trolling, adding that she has often felt bad for being black.


“I am human, I have my insecurities and every girl has. Yes, this is me when I was vulnerable and really needed help. And I am thankful that this changed my life. And I am very thankful to Esther Passaris (Nairobi Woman Rep).

“At some point, I couldn’t afford to pay rent myself and this is no lie I sought help to get accommodated and work on the least which turned out to be unsuccessful. I pulled myself by the bootstrap and hustled to where I am,” she said.


Adding: “I may be black, my skin may not be as beautiful and I have my own insecurities It’s not fun using makeup and filters I have always felt bad for being black, getting teased from childhood always made me feel insecure.

“Honestly this experience has made me learn a lot and I’m writing this sincerely apologize if I have ever hurt anyone on this app. This was my worst moments and honestly trolls do affect real life.”

Passaris offered Bosibori a sleepover saying she would help her work on her self-esteem.

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“You my child are coming for a sleepover when I am back. We going to work on your self-esteem. Till our date, every time you look into the mirror, I want you to say to yourself, I am beautiful.

“You are beautiful and I love you,” wrote Passaris.

Online, KOT were divided on the matter with some saying she had brought these troubles upon herself with her distasteful remarks. 

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