Social media mogul Azziad Nasenya Wafula has broken her silence after a video surfaced online accusing her of being there.Speaking to social media on Monday evening, Azziad dismissed the allegations, saying he was not the person pictured in the video, and called it misleading.
He then praised his supporters for reporting the story, saying that the tattoo of the woman believed to be her was not like his own, adding that she would have different tattoos to tell them apart.
with him and others. “I’m sure many of you have seen it before and I’m here to burst your bubble because it hasn’t,” he said in a video on Twitter. “I’m grateful to my family online for coming out and saying it’s not me because you all know my tattoos and I feel like at this point I should. Put some on my forehead to prove to you that yes, it’s not me.
Azziad Speaks Over Alleged ‘Leaked’ Video
The TikTok star continued to encourage people to mind their own business, especially in the new year, criticizing those who like to spread false information to be careful not to damage people’s reputations.
He said, “We should not be in this business of creating false information on such topics because if you spread such information, you are an enabler of cyberbullying , which is frankly not good,” he said. “You should rejoice in the things that make you a better person than to rejoice in the things that you think will ruin someone else’s reputation.”
He warned those who make fake videos to seek treatment for their behavior or even follow their advice on the 4 Laws of Life.
“You should do well, invite yourself to the ujiongeleshe kidogo meeting. I always say that in life there are very simple rules; Pray to God, work hard, focus on your own work and always show kindness because nothing can drive you away.