They say when you go to Rome do what the Romans do. And that’s exactly what ex-photo-activist, Boniface Mwangi has just done.
There are some things that we take for granted food, water, sanitary towels and a home; something which some people can only dream of.
As I was scrolling through my Facebook timeline the other day, I stumbled on something that utterly surprised me! A post on the Ghetto Radio Facebook Fan Page was discussing bedroom matters at 1:00pm. Below is example of one;
Ghetto Radio 89.5
During sex; who do you prefer to wear condom, male or female?
jiachilie... Batman n Robyn Raey
Further research revealed who the characters behind the radio mic discussing these matters are. They are Robin Raey (real names Annitah Gachau) and Batman (whose identity I'll reveal in my next post). Even though I expected there to be a backlash by Ghetto Radio fans due to the vulgarity of the show it seems that they have accepted it. The duo of Batman and Robin Raey are so popular that Maji Maji (the top dog at Ghetto Radio) moved them from the late night segment to the 12-2pm segment.
Without further ado, meet Robin Raey, the girl who discusses sexual matters during your lunch hour;
Robin in the middle
trying a cute pose?
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Club Marabou is an executive club located on Uhuru Highway opposite Nyayo Stadium. The club has awesome lounge area with very comfortable seats.
The bartenders have you exotic palate taken care of with assorted cocktails to choose from...
For those who want to engage in a game on the billiard table, the club has them sorted
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We've seen plenty of people kissing and offering kisses to perfect strangers. But this time we're gonna head straight to the most youth-oriented sheng radio station, Ghetto Radio. Recently, camera caught two of the station's presenters exchanging saliva.
American singer-songwriter and record producer, Robert Sylvester Kelly known professionally as R. Kelly, can keep on talking in the free world, but Kenyan fans of Ghetto Radio won't be listening to him or any of his hits. The singer whose new twelfth solo studio and sexually graphic album, ‘Black Panties’ is receiving massive airplay globally will be given any airplay by the youth-oriented radio station.