Kibe and Sonko Go at Each Other

Two of Kenya’s most outspoken personalities, Andrew Kibe and Mike Sonko, have been engaged in a war of words on social media.

The feud began when Kibe, a former Kiss100 radio host and now a YouTuber, criticized Sonko, the former Nairobi governor, for promoting Western luxury products without leaving his own legacy creations that will be remembered long after he is dead.

Kibe also wondered aloud how Sonko sustains himself.

Sonko, who is known for his fiery temper, responded by calling out Kibe and telling him to mind his own business. He also launched a full-on assault on Kibe, using many insults that are too incendiary to publish here.

Kibe responded by questioning Sonko’s source of income and accusing him of corruption.

The back-and-forth between Kibe and Sonko has attracted the attention of most Kenyans, who have been enjoying the vitriol being spilled between the two.

Some people have praised Kibe for speaking out against Sonko, while others have criticized him for stooping to Sonko’s level.

It remains to be seen how the feud will end, but it is clear that both Kibe and Sonko are not afraid to speak their minds.


The feud between Kibe and Sonko is a reflection of the increasingly polarized political climate in Kenya. Both men are known for their outspokenness and their willingness to attack their opponents.

The feud is also a reminder of the power of social media to amplify conflict. Kibe’s comments about Sonko were shared widely on social media, and Sonko’s response was even more widely shared. This has helped to fuel the feud and keep it in the public eye.

It is unclear how the feud will end, but it is likely to continue for some time. Both Kibe and Sonko are unlikely to back down, and their supporters are likely to continue to defend them.

The feud is a reminder of the dangers of social media. It can be used to spread hate and division, and it can be difficult to control once it starts.

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