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“I´m Tired Of Being Picked On” – Kenyan Singer, Avril Responds To Naiboi’s Backlash


The start of 2020 has not been as kind to Kenyan artists, Avril and Naiboi. The two started the new decade with a beef that just seems not to die off.

Naiboi called out Avril for missing his ´2 in 1´ shoot that ended up being a hit in Kenya and beyond. However, Avril had her reasons but Naiboi is not going to give her a listening ear.

Speaking in regard to the beef during her recent interview with Milele FM, the curvy songbird shared:

He is the one who started the beef. I had just delivered my baby and I was in recovery mode though no one knew. He sent me a message asking if it was possible for me to do a videos and I agreed. Little did I know he wanted it immediately.

A dear Avril, who had just delivered and wanted to keep the news a secret, didn´t know how to respond to an insisting Naiboi.

He kept sending messages asking for the video yet I hadn´t recorded it. I decided to go silent because I had a lot of things going through my mind.

Pregnancy

Away from the beef, the ravishing beauty disclosed that she delivered through episiotomy.

I had a problem sitting down and yet Naiboi wanted me to do makeup and shoot the video. I didn´t have that time. So when I said I didn´t feel like it, it´s true.

Episiotomy is a surgical cut made at the opening of the vagina during childbirth, to aid a difficult delivery and prevent rupture of tissues.

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Responding to Naiboi´s post, Avril said that she had had enough of being picked on:

I got to a point and was like, I won´t be picked on every single time. As a female artiste, I take it personally. I need to stand up for at least one or two. Akwende (Naiboi). Makasiriko ya 2018 wacha.

Admitting that she has been picked on severally including by Starehe MP, Charles Njagua and she is not going to stand anymore.

 

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