Switch TV presenter Joyce Maina has once again addressed her alleged relationship with NTV presenter Sammy Muraya, alias DJ Mo.
Speaking on Switch TV’s talkshow, ChatSpot, Joyce refuted the claims terming those spreading rumours of the alleged relationship as pathetic losers.
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“And for this other people who are sad, pathetic losers, because they believe everything they see on the internet and are so quick to speak with so much hate and bile, I will pray for you so that, that disease can leave your spirit,” she said.
Joyce added that she doesn’t know the DJ personally, and that she only sees him on social media.
“I do not know DJ Mo personally, never met him, don’t even follow him on social media. And you guys were so quick to say let’s go find Joy Maina’s man and then you find this blurry shadowy picture and then all of a sudden, its DJ Mo use your brains guys. DJ Mo has hair. DJ Mo is light skin; my man is a beautiful Chocolate man just how I like them,” she added.
She also wondered why she would go and break someone else’s house while she is trying to build her own.
“I grew up in a two-parent household, I know how beautiful it is and how beneficial it is for a child to have both their parents so why would I go and break someone else’s home when I’m trying to build my own?” She questioned.
Also, she thanked her fans who came through for her in the last few days when the rumours emerged.
“I want to say thank you to everyone who has had my back. There are guys who have been fighting my fight, you guys are the real ones and you know what? For every one person who hates on me, there are 10 people who love me. So, that does not affect me,” she said.
This came three days after Joyce addressed the matter for the first time saying that she can’t be stupid to date a married married man and put him out to the public.
“How dumb do you think I am to post a married man (not that I’d ever be with one) on my IG,” she wrote.
She also urged netizens to mind their business and stop jumping into conclusions without enough evidence.
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