Azziad Nasenya ternding online

Azziad Nasenya Wafula, a popular Tiktok user, has broken her silence after it was said that she was caught on camera in an inappropriate video that was recently posted online and is now going viral.


Azziad denied the allegations by posting on her social media accounts on Monday evening and pointing out that she wasn't the girl who is seen in the video. She went on to call the video deceptive.


She went on to thank her followers for also calling attention to the accusations, noting that the tattoos on the lady who was said to be her were not like her own and that she needed to add a more distinguishable tattoo to differentiate herself from other people.

She said this in a video that was posted on Twitter. "I'm sure by now most of you have seen it, and I'm here to shatter your dream because it ain't me," she added.


"I'm thankful to my online family for supporting me and saying that it's not me because you guys know all my tattoos, and I feel like at this point I should be rubberstamping some on my forehead to just show you that sure, that's not me."


The TikTok star then told people to mind their own business, especially at the start of a new year, and he scolded people who love spreading false information, telling them not to ruin someone's popularity.


"We shouldn't be in that business of generating fake information around such themes because if you are sharing such information, then you are being an accomplice to cyberbullying, which is honestly not acceptable," she added.


"We shouldn't be in the business of providing false information around such topics."


"You shouldn't be reveling in things that are going to lead to the collapse of another person's reputation."


Instead, you should be delighting in things that are going to make you a better individual.


She told the people who made the fake video that they should try to figure out why they did what they did, or even follow the advice in the 4-Life Rule.


"You need to do better; get yourself invited to a gathering and kidogo ujiongeleshe."


"I often tell people that there are really basic principles to live by, and that those rules are to pray to God, work hard, mind your own business, and always show some courtesy since being nice costs you nothing." 

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