Little sister to the rescue: Mercy Kyallo defends big sis Betty over viral video
Mercy Kyallo has defended her sister, Betty Kyallo, after the media personality and influencer went viral with a photo and video that captured her kissing an unidentified man.
Mercy, in statement, termed the trending stories about her elder sister as cyberbullying, an atrocious act done by people whose aim just to dim the light of others.
“It’s atrocious how some people will nibble on your light. To my sister @BettyMKyallo and the many others who are cyberbullied, ‘no man throws stones to a fruitless tree’ protect territory and keep your head up,” Mercy tweeted.
Betty trended on Monday after photos of her and the said video hit social media.
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Responding to the allegations, Betty said she would not be responding to anything that would cost her peace.
“Sorry, that’s another b*tch. I am not dealing with anybody or anything that will cost me my peace. My peace is my number one priority and I am gonna protect my peace at all costs,” Betty said in a video on her Instagram.
She later issued a statement threatening to sue persons behind articles that claim she took part in the production of explicit content.
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She also disowned a viral video that has been circulating on social media platforms, claiming it is false, malicious and of the intent to tarnish her brand.
“It has come to our attention that a false story is in circulation on social media platforms insinuating that media personality and entrepreneur Betty Kyallo has taken part in the production of explicit content,” she said in a statement.
“We take this opportunity to repudiate the attempt to remotely or directly link Betty Kyallo with the false narrative made in the fake news stories. We have lodged an official complaint with the Director of Criminal Investigations (DCI), Director of Cybercrime and we have been assured that any persons and or blogs, social media accounts found guilty of originating the false news will be prosecuted. The aforementioned content is in no way a representation of the Betty Kyallo brand,” the statement further read.
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