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Nadia Mukami quits social media over Cyberbullying


Singer Nadia Mukami has resorted to taking a break from social media over what she termed as cyberbullying.

The singer penned an emotional message on social media narrating how April has been tough for her.

“Am writing this with tears in my eyes and they are already swollen coz of crying! I know they say I am a public figure, I need not to show emotions; I will show my emotions!!! There isn’t an insult I haven’t received!! All levels of explicit insults! This has been a month of one heartache after another; I swear I have broken down! I am always the strongest among my friends; they say God doesn’t give you something you can’t handle, I wish he didn’t trust me this much every time!! Am taking a break, I will be back!!!! #kaNadiakatambe #AfricanPopStar #kenyansweetheart,”  she wrote

This comes just a day after she filed a legal suit against an online critic for defamation of character.

The said critic known as Stella Bella had put up a post on Facebook claiming that the singer conned her out of Ksh.150000

Bella then went ahead to accuse Nadia and her manager of being lesbians.

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Nadia’s management issued a statement giving Stella Bella two hours to issue a video apology and to pull down the post.

“We at Sevens Creative Hub continue to support Nadia Mukami at this difficult time, we are also working closely with authorities to apprehend the Stella Njagi to record a statement at the police station. Nadia also wishes to thank her fans who continue to support her and wishes to send a message of encouragement to all creatives and artists who are on the receiving end of numerous cyberbullying posts. Remain unbowed and unbowed we shall emerge victorious”