Riggy G Coiner Ivy Chelimo Says Those Hating on Her Have Deep-Rooted Personal Issues: “Your Day Is Coming”
Ivy Celimo spoke a few months after going viral for naming Rigathi Deputy President Gachagua Riggi G.
Ivy Celimo talks about hate after fame
Graduate of the Faculty of Law so, got a job at Gachagua's office, but admitted that her meteorite rise offended some people.
In an interview with Capital FM, Ivy revealed that some people couldn't see her succeed.
“I feel like running for someone's luck is a deeply rooted and personal problem.
You shouldn't feel bad when you see someone else succeeding. You know, because at the end of the day your day is coming and when it comes, you're going to expect people to cheer you on.”
Ivy added that she got the job not because of her gender, but because of the creativity behind the nickname.
“I didn't necessarily get it because I'm a woman. I think I got the job because it vibrates with the name. I think he thought it made him look cool and relative. He called it an innovation.”
Ivy Celimo's plans before meeting with Gachagua
“I love restaurants and travel, but during the lockdown I had to stay indoors, so I started documenting my daily activities. I had a sympathy for photography, and the rest is history.”
Ivy recently completed her undergraduate degree and said juggling school and creating content was difficult.
“It was pretty fussy, but my passion is my drive. I love both the law and the creation of lifestyle content, but if I got the opportunity in the latter, I'd be willing to take a full risk on it.”