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‘Don’t misuse and abuse women because of your celebrity status’ Tedd Josiah after ‘boys club’ saga

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This week as young at it is, has seen celebrities bashed on social media courtesy of the trending ‘boys club’ hashtag and Tedd Josiah is here to call them out.

The ‘boys club’ was exposed for using their celebrity status to misuse Kenyan girls after their WhatsApp chat was leaked.

Jalang’o was part of this ‘boys club’ and he was the main topic of discussion because this is the second time. In as much as he has not spoken about it, he is trending in all groups in every possible social media platform.

The way the story has been going, Tedd Josiah felt the need to address this and any other upcoming story. His major advice to celebrities is to stop using their status to hurt women.

“You’re a CELEBRITY meaning you are CELEBRATED…. for what? For deeming women? For drinking yourself stupid? For all the drugs you can consume? Who what???? Now brothers when you become predators attacking vulnerable women with your little money just because you know they need it and you can use your cash to hurt, misuse and abuse them know this.

God can and will take that money you are using as a tool to hurt other people, he can and will take that celebrity status you are using to hurt other people, he can and will bring you to your “road to Damascus” and trust me like Saul you will become Paul.
DONT TEST GOD just because you are a “Celeb” DONT!
Let’s raise our daughters to know better men and know men can be better than this” He posted

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His post got so many people in the comment section applauding him for addressing this issue as both a man and a celebrity. According to the followers, it is a discussion that needed to happen.

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