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Entrepreneur Maxwell Mwamburi - The newest tea master in town
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Entrepreneur Maxwell Mwamburi has come out with claws all ready to scratch, unlike socialite Huddah Monroe who is all bark and no bite.

The businessman, unveiled a new series dubbed ' Evenings in Nairobi with Maxwell ' with the primary objective of dishing the dirt on Nairobi's public people.

The characters in Maxwell's series will show both the good and bad sides of people, including those who truly assisted and welcomed him when he moved from Mombasa to Nairobi.

The CEO of Maxwell Cakes declared that he would not spare anyone who harmed him, attempted to lessen his prominence, or took advantage of him because they either believed he was beneath them or are generally bad characters.

And Hunty Maxine, as he likes to call himself (likely his feminine alter ego; we'll discuss that in a moment), has been providing top-notch content ever since he announced his series.

Just a week prior, he dragged Victor Maish, a makeup artist, by the hair and called him a fake and a leech.

Speaking of how their disagreement started, Maxwell recalled that they had gone to Vera's home in Mombasa when Maish began violating his privacy and stealing his belongings as if he hadn't packed any.

After the coast trip, kurudi Nairobi, I found some of my accessories missing I told him everything that was missing and asked him to drop them at my house in Yaya. He also took cupcakes from my shop in Bamburi and he didn't pay for them.

I'm not sharing this to have any beef with you or to bring you down!! I gave you enough time to return the items you stole from me but you always took me for granted." Maxwell shared on his stories before adding that he knew Maish was a fake friend as he'd never supported his business or purchased any pastries from him even when he had an event going on. 

Furthermore, Hunty criticized socialite Vera Sidika for being cruel and threatened to expose her after she refused to apologize on his Instagram stories.

Additionally, Maxwell mentioned Trisha Khalid, Kamene Goro, and Betty Kyallo, praising them as some of the few individuals who have been incredibly kind to him and have maintained their integrity throughout their interactions with him.

He emphasized that Betty and Kamene's purchases and social media posts about his cakes gave him a lot of attention.

26-year-old Maxwell is a well-known businessman loved for his tasty treats Maxwell Cakes. He started making headlines by hanging with influential socialites such as Trisha Khalid, Phoina Tosha, and Vera Sidika.

His series continues and this evening he'll be talking about his relationship with Kenyan artist Brown Mauzo.

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