Kenyan musician Tanasha Donna just revealed why she is usually reluctant to give media outlets interviews.
The mother of one took to her Instagram page to rant over a Tanzanian blogger who doctored a recent interview she had had with them just so as to garner views and likes.
Clearly furious with the blogger Tanasha wrote, “Some bloggers be so disrespectful out here,"
She then went ahead to give a back story of where her rage was coming from.
"A Tz blogger messaged me and was calling me back-to-back for an interview. (I gave it to them, so they don't feel like I'm full of myself) since they have been trying to get to me for a time now," part of her post read.
The 'Gere' hit-maker then went on to fake how they were interested in her musical journey and career only to disregard all that when dropping the interview.
"The blogger sends me questions and makes it seem as if their focus is on the art... Even asking when the movie am being featured in is dropping, ask about my music, lifestyle of course among other stuff, but then edit and crop the part that will appear most controversial and in such a disrespectful way," Tanasha said.
She noted that the manipulated interview as the reason why she rarely speaks to the media.
" To make it worse, they used the stupidest click-bait instead of focusing on the art, the focus is on the gossip, and this is why I don't do a lot of interviews!!!" Tanasha ranted.
Tanasha said she was pissed and felt disrespected that the Tanzanian blogger made it look like she did her surgery to resemble Hamisa Mobeto who happens to be her ex's ex. Quite funny right.
In the interview, she mentioned she did the cosmetic surgery for personal reasons, only for the blogger to use Hamisa's story as clickbait.
She finished off by going ahead to crown Millard Ayo and his media house as one of the most credible outlets in Tanzania.
"The disrespect in this industry. This whole perspective of 'controversial and negative sells' is getting kinda old.
No wonder media houses like Millard Ayo remain the best!!! Top two in my opinion. Much respect for them," the 'Karma' artist concluded.