Kenyans woke up to drama on Tuesday morning after a Twitter user (@NovConquer) publicly accused his fellow user (@Miss_Patriciah) of sexual harassment.
Miss Patricia is reported to have made suicidal tweets a day before she was accused of sexual harassment and later deactivated all her social media accounts.
The accused, Miss Patricia, who had accused her former employer of sexual harassment last week, hasn’t said a word on the matter as of now. Neither have any of her friends spoken out. Fueling even more speculation within the Twitter community that she is guilty.
Immediately the tweet was sent, Kenyans burst into reactions. While some expressed shock and disgust on the matter, some insisted that it would only be fair of both sides of the story were heard.
Caption: Twitter user @NovConquer.
Others congratulated the victim for his bravery to come out and hoped this would inspire other men who have experienced similar harassment to break the silence.
I'm very sorry to what happened to you. Some women think they have the right to mens body. What a shame
— UNDERRATED NINJA (@iamjoseh_) October 23, 2018
Pole sana brathe. I am available all week if you want a sit down.
— Chris (@Ngaruthi) October 23, 2018
The double standards on this App manze! Ingekuwa ni mandem alifanya hii kitu, saa hii tungekuwa tushaona letter from employer, wakimpiga kalamu, alafu tweets from DCI na Haji wakisema jamaa atafutwe. By jioni angekuwa anaandika statement pale Kiambu road! But mko hapa mkiwoshiee!
— Quid Pro Quo (@thisisbusz) October 23, 2018
It is good that you have spoken out bro, because if it was the other way round. Feminists would be all over you and calling men trash. But now their silence is so loud. Such toxic behavior should be condemned. THIS PRETENSE IN OUR SOCIETY SHOULD END, MEN ARE SEXUAL VICTIMS TOO.
— Clichy Skillz ???????? (@Clichy_Skillz) October 23, 2018
Sorry about that, and thank you for being courageous enough to speak up . No one deserves sexual harassment. Quick healing.
— ★AUDREY★ (@dree_audrey) October 23, 2018
IaM so sorry this happened to you. You're very brave for coming out. Sadly Some Women cannot handle rejection, they often play victim and this messed up society or Twitter cliques will side with the latter. Pole Sana ????
— ???? SexyVervain! ???? (@Cycybaibe) October 23, 2018
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