Socialite Huddah Monroe Changes Tune On Sex Boycott, Alludes To Dryspell

Hudah Monroe. [IMAGE/ COURTESY]

Kenyan Socialite Huddah Monroe has changed tune on boycotting sex for one year in support of the controversial #FungaDuka campaign.

According to the business woman, since she declared her interest in the sex boycott, she has had trouble catching some sleep.

In a series of posts in her Instagram page, the lass revealed that the solution would be engaging in safe sex instead.

She urged her followers who had shown interest in the campaign to follow suit as the world is full of temptations.

“Kutoka nifunge duka usiku ni wet dreams tuu… hii Funga Duka needs a solution! Solution ni watu wakuwe safe! You and your man check yourself before you get down to business! Just to make sure mko poa kabla akugee or umgee moja ya power. Temptations ni mingi huku nje1 Lool! Maboyz wanakaa fiti… unajipata unaskia kudishi kila msee. So juu kujicontrol inaweza kuwa noma… itabidi tukuwe tuu responsible!,” Huddah posted.

“Just make sure unajicheck! Ama unajiprotect… Na life goes on. Meanwhile, Hii duka inakaa nitaifungua next week!” she added.

The self declared boss lady has now unveiled a new hashtag dubbed #KuwaSafe in the spirit of her new move.

The declaration comes days after the #FungaDuka campaign elicited mixed reactions online moments after it was unveiled.

Read: Is Huddah Monroe ‘Team Zari’ Or ‘Team Diamond’?

Huddah had disclosed that she had received a direct message from a lady identified as Carol whose boyfriend was cheating.

Agitated Carol, vowed not to open her legs until her cheating boyfriend identified as Michael got tested, informing the #FungaDuka campaign.

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Written by Wycliffe Nyamasege


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