This morning, Kamene and Jalas dissected the lengths which couples or lovers are willing to go to just to bust their partners.
Since the sweet and great invention of social media, jealous partners invented 'cat fishing.'
According to Wikipedia, catfishing is a deceptive activity where a person creates a fake identity on a social networking service, usually targeting a specific victim for abuse or fraud.
With the increased catfishing cases, Kamene wanted to know how far Kenyans would go just to bust their lovers.
The conversation was sparked by Jalas who narrated how one of his friends almost fell victim to these games from his wife.
According to Jalas, his friend posted on his social media saying that he was on his way to Mombasa for some sherehe.
Upon seeing the post, his wife created an account and tried to woe the hubby into meeting up for a few drinks and a good time thereafter.
However, after exchanging a few texts, the guy smelt a rat and immediately told the lady that he is happily married and that he respects his marriage.
"A week or two later after he had returned from coasto that is when the wife opened up and said 'you know what I was the one who was chatting you up, babe I trust you now'." Jalas said.
Reacting to the story, Kamene asked;
"How far are you really willing to go? "
Surely you are going to create a whole other account, have a conversation with your significant other to just see if they can. We are all human we all can! Unaniambia nini??" added Kamene.
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