November 26, 2020


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What influencers should learn from Yummy Mummy’s beef with Edgar Obare

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Yummy Mummy and Edgar Obare are currently involved in a running beef that is rather interesting to watch unfold. I am not entirely clear on how it all started but what I do know is that it was further escalated when the Instagram microblogger suffered an intense allergic reaction to seafood when he visited a popular eatery and coffee house. Yummy Mummy involved in road accident (Videos) Yummy Mummy (or as I gather, Joan) was unnecessarily mean and sardonic in her response to the information. She in effect celebrated the fact that Edgar Obare (a man who seems to have as many enemies as hair follicles in his beard) nearly died, saying he is old enough to know his food allergies so it is all his own fault. The sentiment she championed was shared by a lot of people who toasted her for roasting a man who was admitted to hos[ital simply because they dislike him. Edgar Obare and Yummy Mummy then seemed to agree to let sleeping dogs lie. Only they weren’t done with their beef. Edgar Obare simply had bigger fish to fry what with his legal cases and his kidnapping episode. He had some seriously messed up existential crises he had to overcome. And wouldn’t you know it, Yummy Mummy too decided to focus on her own business as an influencer. But thing is, she kept taking shots at him though largely subliminal though. Ouch! Edgar Obare’s savage clap-back after Bridget Achieng calls him out for refusing to promote her bleaching creams But as life would have it, Yummy Mummy got caught up in a small business spat. She is being accused by one of her clients of doing her dirty and whether or not there is some sort of business malfeasance, we aren’t going to be…

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