Entrepreneur Maxwell Mwamburi Comes out Closet with Adorable Photos: “Namshinda Mke Wako”
- Maxwell Mwamburi left the internet on pause after dropping videos and cute photos disclosing he is part of the LQBTQ+ community
- Dressed in all-black leather knee-high boots and a short skirt, Mwamburi re-introduced himself as Maxine
- His followers commended him for his courage and complimented his fire look, saying Maxine is not playing with drip and fashion
Businessman Maxwell Mwamburi has stunned netizens with his coming out photos, looking dashing in an all-black leather outfit.
Maxwell Mwaburi publicly claims his orientation
The influencer shared videos and photos on his Instastory, telling off people who may have any problem with him living the truth.
In some of the videos, the young influencer re-introduced himself as Maxine and used feminine terms like ‘shangazi' meaning aunt, in English.
“Yuwaitwa shangazi Maxine. Favourite wa mkeo. Mkeo mwenyewe namshinda kwa urembo. Mkeo mwenyewe hajapiga mswaki mpaka saaivi,” he wrote in one of the posts.
He then followed up another video post, squatting while recording himself using the mirror in front of him.
He captioned it saying:
“Ikikuuma sana kapige ripoti kwa kituo cha polisi kilicho karibu nawe. Pitia chemist pia uchukue panadol maanake roundi hii…”
On one of his posts, his fans were left with mixed reactions, some commending him for his courage while others criticising his move.
Here are some of the comments from the post:
“Hunty Maxine, you didn't come to play.”
“I love the old maxwell, but dayumn, hello, aunty Maxine.”
“Love is love, Hunnie, one love.”
“That hair is fire and you look gorgeous.”
“Hunty Maxine is looking all dolled up and pretty.”
“Come slowly queen.”
“Eish drip too hard.”
“Our baddest looking fine fine.”
“All love baby, our classy hunty.”
Mwamburi only deals with influential men
TUKO.co.ke recently featured Mwamburi after he shared his taste of people he would prefer to date while revealing how people are flocking to his inbox.
The queer man disclosed that people's husbands were sending him messages, yet they were not his type of preferred suitors.
Social media users expressed mixed reactions concerning his revelation, with some asking him to show proof while others commended him for setting his standards.