Pritty Vishy Shades Edwin Chiloba’s Celebrity Friends Who Skipped His Burial: “Mnyamaze Muache Mbwe Mbwe”
- Edwin Chiloba's funeral was attended by his family, fellow students and neighbors who lived next to his father. home
- However, LGBTQ+ activists and his celebrity friends who mourned him were awake during his dispatch
- YouTuber Pritty Vichy, who attended the funeral, called them, saying they were hypocrites and asked them to stop making noise online
Content creator and YouTuber Pritty Vichy criticized LGBTQ activists and Celebrity friends of Edwin Chiloba for not attending the model's funeral.
Pritti Vichy shocked by Chiloba's famous buddies
Vichy, was the only celebrity to visit The funeral of the murdered model, which took place At the father home in Seregoit in Elgeyo Marakvet County.
To her surprise, all the public figures who made noise about the death of the fashion icon were unable to attend his funeral, despite making a lot of noise online.
She shaded them by calling them to hypocrisy through her Instagram story, advising people to watch who claims to love them.
“When I went to Chiloba dispatch, I expected to see people calling themselves his friend or so-called ‘family' to be there… But what I saw was less of my expectation. Why are they running hadi aaa… You guys swear. Anyway, let me hold it coz weeeh, huku mnaongea vile mnapenda ama mlipenda na hamkukuwa hapo kumsindikiza. Nkt mnyamaze mwache mbwe mbwe.”
Previously TUKO.co.ke male makeup artist Dennis Caruri reported said he did not attend Chiloba's funeral Because he was a celebrity.
“That's what I say, give me flowers when I'm still alive, don't bring me flowers when I'm dead. I haven't even seen Edwin in person. I couldn't just go there and get involved in everything. It was very family-oriented,” he said.
He added that he didn't want to be in the spotlight because it would shift everything out of the event.
“You know me I'm a celebrity, so I get attention. I wouldn't want to go there then boom, something happens! Another topic! Denno ameonekana sijui wapi. May he rest in peace and let justice be served,” he said.
Ntaliami pays a wonderful tribute to Chilobi
Ntalami, who was among the people who publicly mourned Chiloba, was present at his candlelit vigils in Kilifi.
She shared her tribute and photographs of how the vigil organised by the queer community in Kilife, which was attended by other activists, has declined.
“I was talking about you today. I shared how ironically the love you died for is the same love you will remember. Rest, baby,” she said.