Burning Question: From the Kenyan perspective, why do the women with the most prominent following on Instagram, struggle on Twitter?
Because on Twitter, it’s brains infused with wordplay that sells.
On Instagram, it’s optical-illusions. They excite using their dressing and all. Put the same lady on Twitter and they struggle to communicate. Even the smartest of them all, block any man who shows sign of being intellectually exposed than they are.
This whole narrative of “men being intimidated by successful women” is a lie. When a specific gender games the system and achieves cosmetic “success” , they shouldn’t act like they won the Oscars or something.
Posing for a photo on Instagram and then captioning it with a motivational-quote, isn’t exactly rocket science. It’s actually a truck-load of horse shit!
If those chics who keep yapping how they’re “successful” had an iota of white matter between their ears, they’d be commanding audience on Twitter and other platforms of intellectual input. We’d see them trending, plus the brands they push on IG.
All I’m saying is that using feminism or gender-equalisation as a recruitment criterion is costing the nation billions. If it is merit, let it be so. Because the current state of affairs where women occupying corporate positions and then blocking male ideas from implementation is affecting the net-productivity of the nation.
That’s why our companies don’t become big regional concerns or global brands. Because merit is being stifled for mediocrity.
When a whole company like Scan-Group or GinaDin PR sit in a board meeting and convince a client not to work with bloggers like Cyprian Nyakundi, who are they deceiving? Themselves or the client? Because it is clear for everyone to see.
And those are supposedly the “best” brains in Kenyan advertising, lying to themselves and their clients.
People need to stop their bullshit. Stop deceiving your clients. As you hate on bloggers, our following keeps multiplying ten-fold.
You can fool some of the people, some of the time. But you can’t fool all people, all of the time.
This photo collage is of some of the people who spend days talking shit about Cyprian Nyakundi. Just because I write incisive pieces, they love spreading the narrative that I shouldn’t be taken seriously. Their combined followership on social media doesn’t even come close to mine.
So who is fooling who?
Grow up you pieces of shit! You need to pick another struggle for 2018.
Some of you are even grandmothers, cannibalising young people the age of your grand-kids.
1. Cathy Gathu
Jimmy Gathu’s wife and Scan-Group operative. Spends most of her days talking shit about Nyakundi to her clients. Grow the fuck up madam! You’re someone’s grandmother.
2. Caroline Mutoko
Yapping about how Nyakundi is not a viable partner to her clients, as if she will live forever. She positions herself as an African Digital Pioneer as if she has created an app or something. You’re very old to be doing some things.
3. Betty Kyallo
Because she’s been a victim of bad press from our platforms, she crowd-sources sympathy by playing “victim”, as if she is not the master of her own fate.
4. GinaDin Kariuki
Spends her days convincing her clients how to beat Nyakundi’s expose’s. If she was such a guru at PR, then why was Uhuru hiring American and British firms? It’s time people stopped over-rating themselves. This game has changed.
5. Frankie of ScanGroup
This dude now has made presentations to show why bloggers shouldn’t be engaged. Trying to convince himself that we don’t matter. Lo and behold!
6. Brian Mbunde
On Twitter, he normally gangs up with women trying to provoke negative sentiment against Nyakundi. Product of weakness. Thinks that by killing my shine, his will glow brighter.
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