A video of a lady involving herself sexually with a man had made rounds on social media and netizens could not stop identifying her as Azziad Nasenya.
A lot of people opined that the lady in the clip had a great resemblance to Azziad ,especially the body size,colour and the facials. Many of the content creator’s fans did not warm up to that idea as they argued that the lady was evidently not Azziad.
Well, this explicit clip made the content creator and TikTok queen trend on Twitter for hours, being on the receiving end of harsh criticism and trolls.
Now, this makes Azziad Nasenya become the third female celebrity to fall victim to cyber bullying in 2023.
Following this fiasco, the tiktoker has come out to respond to the claims that the leaked sex video is not hers saying that even the lady in it doesn’t have the tattoos she does on her body.
“So, I’m sure by now most of you have seen it and I’m here to bust your bubble because it ain’t me. I am grateful to my online family for just coming through and saying that’s not me because you guys know all my tats, and I feel like at this point I should be rubber-stamping some on my forehead to just show you that, yeah, that’s not me,” Azziad said in a TikTok video.
The tiktok queen cum presenter called out people she labeled as cyberbullying enablers.
“But anyway, I feel like it’s 2023 and if I’m over here minding my own business and you’re over there in my business, then who’s minding your business?”
“Anyway, we shouldn’t be in that business of creating false information around such topics, because if we’re helping spread such information, then you’re being an enabler to cyberbullying which honestly isn’t cool,” she said.
She added, “You should be rejoicing in things that make you a better individual, rather than rejoicing in things that you feel will lead to the downfall of another individual. You should do better, call yourself into a meeting.”
This comes barely a month after Betty Kyallo and Georgina Njenga made headlines for alleged leaked explicit videos.