Influencer Steve Muriuki Urges People to Date Friend’s Exes: “Don’t Chase Strangers when You Have Referrals”


  • Steve Muriuki delighted Kenyans after saying people should drop the rule prohibiting them from dating their friends’ exes
  • According to the social media influencer, this rule only makes people waste time chasing after strangers, yet they could get referrals
  • Some of his followers agreed with his sentiments while others said the rule is only fun until it is your ex that a friend of yours is dating

Social media influencer Steve Muriuki has asked people to drop the rule prohibiting their friends from dating their exes.

He told people to start dating their friends' exes. Photo: Steve Muriuki.

Why people should date their friends’ exes

According to the influencer, this rule only makes people chase after strangers, yet there are eligible people who are known and can be referred to other single people.

This is what he wrote on Facebook:

“But when we cross over to 2022, this rule that we can not date your best friend’s ex should be dropped completely. We are wasting time chasing after strangers yet there are referrals.”

His post attracted lots of comments from fans who agreed with his sentiments.

Here are some of the reactions to the post:

Brian Mutua said:

“I thought this rule has been in use since the beginning of 2021! No wonder three of my friends aren’t talking to me anymore.”

Nyaenya Joe commented:

“Your friend’s ex is like a nuclear radiation land. Even after 50 years it’s forbidden to touch!”

RogueReverend Kiprotich Victor added:

“Everybody is dating someone’s ex, a generation of Xmen!”

Dickson Musinya added:

“It’s all fun until your friend takes your ex.”

Voke Bro said:

“Indeed, dating strangers takes much time and resources.”

Lila Lakhana asked:

“But who came up with that rule?”

Writer tells people to announce relationship vacancies recently featured writer, Naomi Susa after advising social media users to normalise announcing their single friends to other eligible bachelors.

Susa said that people should start giving solutions rather than asking when single people are getting married.

“Stop asking singles, “when will you get married?” Start telling them, “I have this beautiful or handsome friend I want to introduce to you.” Abi, bring solutions not complaints to the table. Normalize announcing relationship vacancies to your friends,” she said.

Source: Kenya Breaking News Today

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