“Being called a prostitute is not an insult” — Huddah Monroe

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Kenyan Socialite, Huddah Monroe has declared that being called a prostitute is not an insult, as people who do, can’t just afford such women. She took to her Snapchat to rant a little. In her first post she wrote: “Being called a whore is not an insult. The insult is that, the people calling you a whore can’t afford you!” She continued: “A man who calls a woman a whore. Chances are his mother was a whore too. it takes a son of a b***h to know a b***h. Say hi to your mothers, sons of b***hes! We belong together. She then concluded: “Whenever I tweet politics they call me a whore. Your mother a whore too. She is in the business that’s why you can identify me so well.”


source: Theinfong

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