Netizens have been angered by a viral video that shows a female landlady physically assault a male tenant in Meru.
The video believed to have been shot by the assaulted tenant shows the angry landlady pace around in blind rage before she moved to the male tenant for the assault.
The assaulted, took to his twitter page to explain what ensued citing that he did not defend himself in fear of his actions being interpreted wrongly.
So today I got assaulted by a landlady in meru.i couldn't defend myself because I know how it is when you defend yourself against ladies.hence the recording.please retweet and share..a thread @DCI_Kenya @NPSOfficial_KE @DPPS_KE @bonifacemwangi @FredMatiangi pic.twitter.com/1DBZpHCjbx
— jimmywamae (@jimmywamai) December 13, 2019
In the video, the assaulted was asking for a refund of his January rent but the landlady sternly says no! and further went on to tell the tenant to do whatever he wants to. “Ukitaka vita ni vita,” she added.
The assaulted, in the video, claimed that he had paid his rent in advance that dates to March of 2020 yet he has come home to a house locked by the landlord. He also claimed that the landlord has been wrongfully accessing his house.
The angry landlady then hurled insults at the tenant before physically attacking him.
This incidence has elicited sharp reactions among netizens
One twitter user said:
— Alex Couqi (@alex_couqi) December 14, 2019
@jimmywamai Is it just me, or is she looking for something to hit you with at around 0:50? Kindly also post where exactly in Meru that house is, so that future possible tenants can avoid it. I doubt if anyone would want to live under such a person. https://t.co/LEimPNkVm3
— Edited (@TheNewGuyKE) December 14, 2019
Pole Jamo, it's a sad world that she'll get away with it cause you're a man.
Try get a house from a respectful landlord who minds their own business.
Chin up bro.
— Joseph G Kibuchi (@KibuchiGJ) December 13, 2019
— Steve Kiboi (@keyboysteve) December 13, 2019
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