Kenyans have taken on economist David Ndii after he claimed that he is a servant in his house and that he does more of the cooking.
Ndii admitted that his passion for the kitchen exceeds that of his wife and derives pleasure in spending more time interacting with sufurias.
According to him, even his own mother and grandmother were never housekeepers since both his father and grandfather equally cooked for them (Insinuating that cooking was hereditary in his lineage).
“Even my mother who is close to 80, let alone my wife, was never a housekeeper. I cook more often than my wife does. My father cooked. My grandfather cooked. Idiots. Go to the village or ask your aunties to find a class 8 graduate bimbo you can impress with your mtumba toyota.” He tweeted.
However, Kenyans especially men could not let him be as they castigated and mocked Mr. David Ndii, describing him as the new woman in town due to his high affinity in kitchen affairs.
According to these Kenyans, it was/is un-African for a married man to be more passionate with cooking to an extent that he supersedes the wife. They castigated him with some using funny memes to describe the former Raila ally.
However, Ndii hit out at these Kenyan men, describing them as suffering from “toxic masculinity” with self-esteem issues to deal with.
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“Who is lying to young men that toxic masculinity is an African cultural badge of honour? If you expect you can date a career woman, marry and next day you’ll be putting your feet up as she keeps house, you are delusional. You have serious self-esteem issues to deal with.”