Kenyans are calling out Julie Gichuru and Richard Quest for stage- managing their accidental meet and greet at the Nairobi National park.
In a video posted by Mr Quest, the two appear to randomly meet and greet each other, and then walk away in different directions.
Twitter users say that the gesture seemed stage – managed in a bid to clear their slight ‘tweef’.
“All’s well that ends well” Richard captioned their exchange.
— Richard Quest (@richardquest) October 27, 2018
Julie Gichuru recently got embarrassed by CNN presenter Richard Quest after the latter called out the former for misquoting him on his trip in Kenya.
Julie posted a photo of Quest at the Marula Manor with a fake caption,
“Nothing beats the service industry in Kenya…Here I am surrounded by giraffes while having breakfast! In a country declared by the World Bank as the Preferred Investment Destination in Africa…what else can I ask for?”
The duo seem to have ‘made up’, but Kenyans are not having it. Here is some of the reactions:
??? pure rehearsal to launder the damage pic.twitter.com/FZ1g6aVlMF
— Billgrahams (@billgrahams1) October 27, 2018
I can’t believe that you’ve found a way to make a terrible embarrassing situation even more embarrassing and creepy…??♀️?
— Miss Caroline (@miss_Caroline10) October 27, 2018
this was uncomfortable to watch.
— Men Make Me Uncomfortable ? (@BuMbugua) October 27, 2018
— Brian Odido ?? (@odidoowen) October 27, 2018
Either Julie has become a master serial stalker of Quest or she's just onto some damage control, after trying to put words into Richards mouth few days ago in the name of brand Kenya.
— ZëitGêî§T ™ ♔ (@simeonominde) October 27, 2018
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