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Kenyan socialite Bridget Achieng reportedly killed herself after her leaked naked video surface online



Bridget Achieng a popular Kenya sensational influencer has been reported dead after her leaked naked video was posted online.

The report which is still sketchy was made public by an online news source which revealed that she committed suicide after she realized that her naked pictures were uploaded on social media.

The source said she killed herself while at home on Monday morning.

Another source revealed that Bridget flew to Lagos about two weeks ago to peddle flesh but on her Instagram page, she indicated that she was on a business trip.

The videos were leaked by a pimp who had flown her to Lagos after a misunderstanding.

Bridget makes frequent trips to Nigeria to peddle flesh.

However, she disguises those trips as business trips.

The leaked videos taken in a hotel room where she had met a client to provide escort services were all released on social media and this has really traumatized her.

In The video, she was seen dressing in front of her female friends but she didn’t know they were recording with phones now they have released her video dressing up.

For sure, Bridget was not aware of her friends recording her while she undressed in front of the camera. “Now  the video has been  leaked to the public, you can feel the situation she is undergoing imagining all Kenyans have seen her nakedness” – one online user cries out

Bridget Achieng, became popular after featuring in reality TV show Nairobi Diaries shared her rant via Instagram.

In a recent interview Bridget said she loves Nigeria on how they help each other and how Kenyans have fucked her life. She said Kenyans in the showbiz industry have never being supportive of each other.

“I am a living witness, Kenya is f***** up. No one wants to see you win. I pray for a better Kenya, a better country where we love and support each other while nurturing each other. Our industry is f***** up, the hate is real the love is fake. They support you when they see you, and when you turn your back, they hate. I pray for a better Kenya.”

“I love how Nigerians support each other, even with Omah Lay and Tems saga in Uganda they were very supportive. I pray for my Kenyan people, very wicked.”

She was referring to the recent drama in Uganda where Nigerian musicians Omah Lay and Tems were arrested and charged for allegedly violating COVID-19 regulations. Following the arrests, Nigerian artists including Burna Boy, Laycon, Rema, Teni and Fireboy DML called for the release of both musicians. Their pressure coupled with pressure from Nigerians paid off as the two had their charges dropped and were released.

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