Famous Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe has asked Tanzanian men to stop trying to hit on her on social media.
Speaking in a video she posted on Wednesday, the Nairobi-born beauty revealed that there are many Tanzanian men who have been sending her messages on Instagram asking her to get a baby for them.
Huddah however made it clear that she is not looking for a man to be the father of her child as she already has many men.
"I have so many men that's why I'm confused. I don't know who I will give to be the father of the child," he said in the video.
She said that she will let her followers know when she will finally decides on the man to whom she will give birth for.
"Stop with those DMs of yours. I have men. I have not missed men. Men are not missing, they are everywhere," he said.
The socialite attached her message with several screenshots of messages she received from men.
In many of the messages she revealed, Tanzanians were offering to get her pregnant.
This comes just one day after the socialite had to come forward to clarify her pregnancy claims. In her brief statement on Monday, the cosmetics entrepreneur claimed that she is three months pregnant.
"Three months pregnant," she wrote on Instagram.
A day later, however, she appeared again to contradict her earlier claims that she is expecting her first child. "Guys, I'm not pregnant," she said.
The socialite explained that her belly has continued to grow and thus make her look pregnant.
At the same time, she hinted that she had no plans to have a baby anytime soon.
"I am in my phase of becoming a grown woman, calm down. There is no male sperm strong enough to hold my eggs," she said.
For a long time, the Nairobi-born socialite has been keeping her relationships a secret.
It is only a few times that she has been seen talking about her boyfriend but several times she has shown her love for the man who is still unknown to the public.
Last year, she was allegedly dating Tanzanian singer Juma Jux after the two were seen together several times.
The two, however, came forward to make it clear that there was no romance between them and claimed that their relationship was only friendly and business in nature.