It all started with this simple yet controversial tweet that he posted with no knowledge of what was coming next.
I'm sure he thought that this was merely an expression of his opinion and that everything will just read and keep on scrolling, little did he know that he had actually stepped on some people's shoes. One thing I learned through the social media is that when the gay community or its supporters want to bring you down, it gets pretty messy from there on. Willis Raburu learned this first hand.
Willis tweeted this after learning of the young Kenyan man who is running for Senator in Kiambu County. Apparently, this young man just so happens to be gay.
Shortly after this tweet, Kenyans On Twitter, popularly known as KOT started their attack, claiming that there is absolutely nothing wrong with a gay senator. This sparked off what is termed as a tweef on twitter between Willis Raburu and some of the public.
Willis however stood and is still standing his ground with his opinion in this matter. He went further to start the hushtag, #NOtoKiambuGaySenetorAspirant as he defended his word.
"Adam and Eve people, not Adam and Steve... leaders should be role models," he tweeted in the heat of the on-line battle.
Do you think he is right about this?