Crisps seller who was criticized for wearing a short dress says she juggles school and business

  • Bevalyne Kwamboka was trolled after posting photos of herself in her potato chip stand
  • The still angry KOT mistook her for her pretty dress which they deemed “short” for her business
  • In a reply, a rebellious Kwamboka explained that she attended classes in the morning before selling crisps

On Thursday, September 30, a Kenyan woman took to her Twitter to market her potato chip business, but encountered the endless bile of Kenyans on Twitter (KOT).

Kwamboka was trolled after posting photos of her potato chip business. Photo: Bevalyne Kwamboka.
Source: Twitter

Bevalyne Kwamboka shared photos of her potatoes peeled, cut into fries and prepared for her customers, but instead of her hard work, many ruthless Kenyans dragged her for her knee-deep green dress that many considered “short” especially for his work.

However, an adamant Kwamboka denounced her enemies in a post that has since gone viral and explained that she juggles selling potato chips and classes during the morning hours.

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The determined lady said she attended classes in the morning and had to dress appropriately for school because, of course, she couldn’t go to school with an apron on.

“Those who question my dress in my business, understand that, I got to school in the morning and I attend class and later I come to sell crisps. Do you want me to go to class with an apron on? She asked.

Following her response to KOT, the woman has since received a lot of support, with many Twitter users calling for their cruelty.

Akinyi Abong’o said:

“Take advantage of your commotion, no one will feed you when you are broke, the naysayers here are lazy.”

Cynthia Njoki wrote:

“Leave them, society will still judge anyway.”

Woman trolled for a simple house decoration

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Lovely moment as NYS officer celebrates grandmother and dresses her in service uniform also spoke of a woman who was trolled for having simple home decors.

Pauline Muiruri posted to the Glam My Home Facebook group asking for opinions on the pieces of fabric she had put on her wall as decor.

Trolling became a blessing in disguise because many supporters and businesses came to his aid and gave him a myriad of gifts.

Wall decorations, free photo ops, lunch deals at major hotels, doormats, cakes, etc. everything was promised in Muiruri.

Source: Tuko Latest News


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