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Jalang’o and his boys’ club exposed for sleeping around and sharing women

Milele FM presenter Jalang’o and his boys’ club that comprises of seven other male friends have been exposed for sleeping around with women as well as passing them around among themselves.

The allegations started when popular blogger Edgar Obare got a hold of screenshots that put the celebrated media personality and his friends on the spot.

Jalang’o and his boys club exposed for sleeping around and sharing women.

According to the WhatsApp screenshots, the boys’ club has rented houses all over Nairobi where they entice women with free alcohol, road trips, and money before sleeping with them and later compare notes of who has slept with a lot of girls.

They also compare who the beast is when it comes to bedroom matters and who needs to catch up with the rest.

Jalang’o and his boys club exposed for sleeping around and sharing women.

“I have been dating these guys with my girls from last year and we just realized what these guys are. They will take to bed any girl that comes their way while moving from apartmento as they call it in Kilimani, Kileleshwa, and Langata. Ladies be careful,” read part of one of the victims’ post.

This is not the first time the blogger has been on crossraods with the former Papa Shirandula actor. Early this year, Edgar claimed that his life was in danger after he did a piece that claimed Jalang’o was cheating on his wife.

Jalang’o and his boys club exposed for sleeping around and sharing women.

Edgar claimed that he was sick and tired of fearing for his life and staying quiet. He claimed that Jalang’o had summoned him to the Directorate of Criminal Investigations offices without telling him the reason.

He added that he had to leave in the middle of the night and go into hiding after someone who refused to mention his name warned him of the impending danger.

Jalang’o and his boys club exposed for sleeping around and sharing women.

On his side, Jalang’o denied claims that he ever called the blogger stating that from the allegations there was someone who was working very hard to tarnish his name and bring him down.

He went on to advise Edgar to report to the DCI when threatened instead of posting on social media.

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