Grace Msalame Compared to Janet Mbugua and Wife of Ex-Hubby in Vile Body-shaming Attack

February 7, 2019

We cannot believe some of the hateful and negative things people say about celebrities on social media. One such case of social media bullying has seen revered media personality Grace Msalame get subjected to appalling abuse and body shaming on Instagram.

From what we can gather, Grace Msalame had blocked one of her female followers on the popular photo-sharing platform for reasons that are now apparent to everyone.

However, the said follower opened another account and wasted no time in following and messaging Grace Msalame.

In one message, the follower compared the mother of two to Evaline Momanyithe wife of Grace Msalame’s ex-husband Paul Ndichu.

According to the follower, Momanyi’s new appointment as a Board Member to the Africa Advisory Board of Save the Children UK is better than Msalame’s new lifestyle show, ‘Unscripted with Grace’.

You block, we open other accounts. Have you seen Momanyi new job! Those are goals and lanes. Not hizo zako ati unscripted RIFF RAFF,” wrote the follower whose identity Grace Msalame did not reveal.

The follower added that Grace Msalame suffers from not getting attention and that’s why she parades her body on social media.

Haaaa no wonder Paul dumped you. Lose some weight you too big admire kina Janet Mbugua those are goals,” wrote the IG user.

In her response, Grace Msalame took the high road noting that her brand is in no way associated with negativity towards her own sex or the opposite sex.

“Let’s talk about Comparisons for a minute… I’m raising two beautiful intelligent women of Faith & to come to terms with the fact that I have to raise them in this Social Media era where one minute it’s a smear campaign filled with the same rhetoric of objectification & the next a distraction from a person who’s only resort is to get behind a keyboard & spew negative energy! My Brand is in no way associated with negativity towards my own sex or the opposite sex! There is more than enough light for all of us to shine as bright as God will Grace us,” Msalame wrote in part.

In the comments section, Msalame said the person who sent the body shaming message was someone close to her.


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