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Why Huddah Monroe will be taking time off social media

Socialite and businesswoman Huddah Monroe has stated that she will be taking a break from social media for a while.

Taking to her Insta stories, the socialite explained that her move was because of the sad news of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) which weighing down on her and her spirit.

She further stated that at first it was all a joke but it is now hitting home and the more she sees it the more paranoid she gets. She went on to urge her followers to stay home, stay educated, keep praying, keep a positive mindset and keep their hopes up.

“Leaving social media for a while. All this news daily is weighing so much on me and my spirit. At first, it looked like a joke. But now it’s hitting home! And the more I see it: the more paranoid I get! she posted.

Why Huddah will be taking time off social media.

The Coronavirus has been spreading like a bush fire all over the world since its outbreak in China and has been claiming lives. This has forced governments worldwide to order complete lockdowns and banning foreigners from entering into their countries. In Kenya, a total of 28 cases have been reported so far but no deaths yet.

Why Huddah will be taking time off social media.

Early this week, Huddah the shade at award-winning, hard-hitting rapper Khaligraph Jones during a chat with YouTuber Bridget Shaghadi on her YouTube channel. Huddah claimed that she did not know any of Khaligraph’s songs but she knew his voice. The rapper later clapped back poking holes on her statement and told her to sanitize as Coronavirus was real. 

As that was not enough, Khalighraph went ahead to release a freestyle diss track aiming at the socialite. On the track, the Sound City MVP 2020 Best Rapper in Africa called out Huddah reminding her that it was just the other day she was dating the ever-controversial rapper, Colonel Mustapha. He went on to remind her that he has a family so he does not want her. 

In her response, Huddah threatened to “mercilessly eat” the rapper if he does not leave her alone.



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