Nairobi writer Aoko Otieno cum feminist who has taken upon herself to liberate the boychild from toxic women has sensationally urged men to marry reformed prostitutes.
In a Tweet, Aoko who has been giving Kenyans sleepless nights on social media for her bold attacks on feminists told men that the most important decision is who You marry.
Saying, ” Girls r taught this, boys r left to rely on their instincts. Gents, I’d rather u go for a reformed hoe than a feminist. Their innate victim mentality/superiority complex is the reason the family unit is in shambles.”
Aoko has on several occasions taken to Twitter where she lectured women who use their bodies to extort men and in the process earning admirers and foes in equal measure.
For instance, on Thursday, July 9, Kenyans on Twitter started a #RudishaAokofacebook where she is very popular. Although most men seemed to agree with her advice and attacks on women who stood their ground, others saw it as a backward move.
Taking to Twitter, the writer launched an attack on the person who started the hashtag to return her to Facebook. Aoko who is known for using a lot of vocabularies said that the tweep’s birth certificate ought to have been an apology letter and she was on Twitter to stay.
Aoko also made headlines after she attacked Kenyan comedian Elsa Majimbo for claiming her dowry will not be less than KSh 4 million. Aoko lectured women saying it was wrong for women or rather feminists to spew hate against all men.
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Additionally, she launched an attack on socialite Bridget Achieng for claiming her womanhood is very expensive and she can never offer it for free. According to Aoko, there was nothing special about Achieng saying that it is only the streets where she sells her goodies is different from other women in the same ‘profession’.