Kenyan Man Says Men Over 40 Should Not Be Shaking Their Backsides for the Camera
- Assistant Chief Kisumu went viral on social media for his cool dance moves to the hit song Kuna Kuna in a nightclub
- Other video appeared a few days later, showing the older mubaba shuddering vigorously from behind at the Quiver Lounge in Kitengel
- The video sparked a variety of reactions from netizens and some praised older men for enjoying themselves while Others beat
The man beat men over 40 who stagger and whine his waist and backside in nightclubs.
Men over 40 should not dance to the camera
The man, identified as Gee Key on Facebook, wrote a long thread by swiping at the dancing men.
Gee Kay wrote in part:
“A man over 40 is probably with children in home, can't shake his b*ttoks like a rabid teenager for a camera, and find fun in the following girpions. While those who encourage him in this space are the children of his childhood. Everything is in a sloppy search for happiness.”
“There's also a great reason why life is lived in stages, from childhood to aging. You can not be of legal age and wear yourself with an infantile temper. Someone should also tell Kun Kun's chief Kisum that the more he scratches his chest in camera nightclubs as a public servant, the more his usefulness decreases in a system known as national administration coordination.”
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