- Social media user asked Desagu why he doesn’t post photos of his lover online
- The comedian responded by pointing out that it is not public property.
- For years, Desagu has been linked with digital content creator Jackie Mbugua
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Different celebrities use different tactics to share their privacy online. While some openly share photos of their partners online, others go to great lengths to keep them away at all costs.
Famous Kenyan comedian Henry Desagu falls into the latter category as he rarely posts his wife online.
This aspect emerged on Instagram when one of his followers inquired about why he doesn’t post pictures of his lover.
“Why haven’t you posted pictures of your wife online?” »Asked the Net surfers.
In his rest, Desagu stressed that it is not public property.
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“She’s mine, not the audience,” Desagu wrote.
However, Desagu’s girlfriend Jackie Mbugua often shares photos with the comedian.
For example, the last photo she posted with Desagu was April 21, 2021.
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In the photo, Mbugua, who is a content creator, was seen sitting on the comedian’s lap as he beamed towards the camera.
In the photo, she wore a red dress while Desagu wore blue jeans and a jacket.
On the other hand, Desagu last posted photos of Mbugua in 2019.
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Steal creation concept
Three months ago, Desagu was asked to apologize to designer Catherine Jepkemboi aka Minicheps after heavily borrowing her concept.
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In a photo he shared, Desagu was seen holding a goat and a sheep on a table while Akothee ate breakfast.
Internet users criticized Desagu while accusing him of plagiarizing the concept popularized by Minicheps.
He deleted the photo and apologized, writing:
“I would like to apologize to Minicheps for apparently stealing your work and publications. Someone tagged me in the photo, and I reposted it with no intention of stealing your intellectual property.
As a content creator, I appreciate your work and I am deeply sorry for it, ”he wrote.
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Source: Tuko News