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Twitter Streets: The Most Talked About Trends Today -July 11

Twitter Streets: The Most Talked About Trends Today -July 11

Willy Paul Pleads with Alaine for Forgiveness, after Being Ditched

Willy Paul has come out in distress, begging Jamaican singer Alaine for forgiveness, after he confirmed to being ignored by her in recent past. In a long Instagram post on Wednesday, the controversial artist said in part, “Nowadays I call you and you don’t pick, you don’t even reply to my messages. Tell me have I wronged you in anyway?”. Paul went on to define his relationship with Tanzanian songstress Nandy, as purely platonic. KOT chimed in on this with most believing it was a publicity stunt, probably hinting on a new song.

Shiyenze Called Out on Allegedly Faking Cancer Illness

Kenyans are calling out fashion designer, Shiyenze Khasoha to respond to allegations that she might have faked her cancer illness. This comes after her caregivers, Philip Pips and Joy Kakyac confirmed in a recent news story that she could have been faking the illness. According to them, she has not been receiving treatment at MP Shah Hospital as was earlier alleged, but had paid a considerable amount for other medical issues. Shiyenze had a “Vaa Shiyenze and keep her alive” campaign, which raised over Kshs.2million geared towards the treatment. The celebrity designer has since responded to these allegations.

Mulamwah Claps Back at Critics on Twitter

Mulamwah has had enough of critics, and is now clapping back on Twitter. The 24-year-old comedian has been one of the most talked about personalities on the interwebs today, leading to a divided KOT chiming in on whether it finds his tribal jokes funny or not.

KOT Campaigns for a Konshens Concert in Nairobi

Kenyans on Twitter are campaigning for a Konshens concert in Nairobi. The beloved Jamaican star tweeted about which country he should perform next. Kenyan fans thronged the “Bubble Gym” crooner’s timeline, leading him to become a trending topic.

 ‘Friends’ to Vacate Netflix in 2020

“Friends” will officially leave Netflix by end of this year, Netflix announced. The classic hit sitcom will be moving to Warner Media’s upcoming streaming service, HBO Max.

 

 

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