Morning Kiss presenter Kamene Goro has apologized to Betty Kyallo after being bullied over alleged leaked steamy videos by Netizens.
Kamene says it is shameful for people to bully celebrities just because they think they deserve it.
Speaking during today's show, Kamene shared
"Let's normalize having some level of humanity. As Kenyans, we look at celebrities and because of their status, we dehumanize them.
We forget they have feelings, a soul, and families. The reality of the matter is that there was no video. It was someone who was trying to make some quick cash.
Everyone tore at Betty Kyallo for something that did not exist.
People forget Betty has a family, a daughter, the business has a heart. How would someone feel if the same was done to you?"
Kamene says people should be careful lest karma catches up with them;
"You can not even imagine the damage it has done to her reputation and her spirit. They are celebrities and we consume but we do not own them.
We should treat people like human beings. Look at Betty as a sweet girl trying to get ahead in life. People on social media should be prudent, it was not fair and I am sorry for what happened."
Betty Kyallo yesterday released a statement stating that whoever is found culpable of sharing the video will be arrested.
In a statement, Betty through her managers said that they had lodged an official complaint with the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Director of Cyber-crime (CR&IB).
"We have been assured that any person(s) and/or blogs, social media accounts found guilty of originating the false news will be prosecuted."
The statement further said that the nature of the content circulating on social media platforms is false, malicious, and of the intent to tarnish the Betty Kyallo brand.
"The aforementioned content is in no way a representation of the Betty Kyallo brand."