Kenyan socialite does not have kind words to some people eulogizing her friend turned foe Zari Hassan’s late ex-husband.
The socialite who has joined the bandwagon of East African celebrities who have commented in regards to the demise of the influential business tycoon blasted out fake mourners who only seem concerned now that he is deceased yet deep down they never liked him.
In an unapologetic Instagram post Huddah has urged those who love her to do it when she is still alive.
“If I died tomorrow or let’s say if I don’t wake up tomorrow .
Do not show me fake love when i’m dead!
if you didn’t like me when i was alive please do not cry for me or show me fake love when im gone! that will always be my humble request to all of you!
Kama haukuwa unanipenda- usijifanye unanipenda when I’m dead and gone!
It hurts when I keep seeing too many fake posts of people acting like they care about a dead person and their family but deep down you all are lying!
I wish there was a second chance for people to come back and see how people only love you when you are mute and can’t do nothing! And can’t make moves!
show me no fake love !
tuheshimiane /put some respek on my name when that time comes!! 🤘🏾
(Na wale hawaelewagi English please someni caption kabla muandike ujinga hapa!)
#STARGAL⭐️️” The socialite wrote.
Huddah has in the past also locked horns with people close to the late Ivan including his ex-wife Zari Hassan and right hand man and kin Lawrence Kiyingi aka King Lawrence who she was once rumored to be dating and the post came a few hours after a video clip in of her friend turned foe Zari Hassan weeping uncontrollably during her late ex- husband’s wake surfaced.