Surprised? Huddah names the only two reasons why Kenyan women fall in love

Huddah Monroe thinks she has finally cracked the code on falling in love. While many people try to argue that falling in love depends on different factors, the controversial socialite claims that women fall in love because of only two things: the zeros in his bank accounts and his bedroom prowess.

Taking to Instagram, the socialite argued that women fall for men because of either their money or sex game and anything after that should be considered irrelevant.

“Just came to the realization that when you fall in love it is either because of the S*X or MONEY. The rest like personality, behavior, etc. comes after,” she told her 1.2 million fans.

Speaking for herself?

It’s hard to really mention whether Huddah has ever been in love but we can easily state that she has fallen for a few guys here and there because of their cash. Numerous times, she has publicly confessed it.  In the update, she said that she knows what she likes.

“I know what I fall for and I am just flabagasted what makes me fall in love. BAD GAL!” 


Huddah defends billionaire Chris Kirubi: He’s not a thief, he got lucky after right investments

Billionaire Chris Kirubi’s health has deteriorated in the past few months after he was diagnosed with cancer. A section of Kenyans tied the 77-year-old’s poor health to some of his past history in which he was accused of embezzling government parastatals such as Uchumi, Kenya Airways and also Kenatco.  Many, believed, it was karma.

But not socialite Huddah Monroe.

Chris Kirubi and Kiprono Kitony, chairman of Radio Africa Group.

Chris got lucky

Huddah took to Snapchat to share her view after a photo of Kirubi looking frail went viral. According to her, he was a hardworking man who invested and got lucky. She also said that diseases don’t discriminate and people should avoid side-mouthing ill people.

Chris Kirubi is a great man. Someone we should all emulate as a business man. He bought shares at the right places and got lucky,” she said.

She asked Kenyans to drop the idea that every rich man got there through stealing.

“Most people think that every rich man must’ve stolen. Why don’t y’all steal too? If stealing makes a man wealthy why don’t you change your career and be a thief? Most people operate in sheep mentality, change it and see how far you can go in life,” she added.

Kirubi is behind successful projects like the popular Two Rivers mall, Capital FM among other unknown projects. His health is however a topic that continues to remain in the dark but if indeed he is sick, we wish him a quick recovery.


“I could’ve died but I’m well now” Huddah talks about the cosmetic surgery that almost cost her life

Seems that the only thing that can scare Huddah is a cosmetic surgery gone wrong as revealed in her latest post shared on Instagram. Well, this is not something to joke with and many ladies can tell you this especially if you have watched botched before.

Anyway, the lady who is currently in Beverly Hills for once has admitted that she could have died after one of her silicone implants had some complications. Though she looked happy and partied like a rockstar, Huddah is the only one who understands the pain her faux boob was causing her. This was however the main reason she decided to jet off to Carlifonia where she met professionals who fixed her breasts.

Knowing how expensive the surgery is, I can’t help but wonder whether this is why she had to sell her Range Rover to afford the surgery? Anyway, through her Instagram page Huddah wrote to say,

Got complications from a previous cosmetic Surgery I had (story for another day) and I am pleased with my Doctors who have done incredible job on me….. I can’t be more thankful! I could’ve died but I’m well now ?.?????????? Cc @drjlayke @drpay of the Beverly Hills Plastic Surgery group for making me feel amazing and confident once again! I would definitely recommend them to anyone!

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