Azziad Nasenya Responds To Being Linked To Alleged Steamy Video

Many Kenyans took to social media claiming once again that they had seen and were in possession of...

Azziad Nasenya Responds To Being Linked To Alleged Steamy Video
Azziad Nasenya posing for a photoshoot. /INSTAGRAM.AZZ_IAD

Content creator and influencer, Azziad Wafula Nasenya broke her silence on Monday, January 23 after she became the third celebrity this month to trend over an alleged explicit video leaked onto the internet.

Many Kenyans took to social media claiming once again that they had seen and were in possession of, the raunchy material which made her trend on Twitter for most of the evening.

Screengrabs of a steamy video of her were subsequently shared on the platform, with many netizens believing that the famous TikToker had joined a growing list of celebrities alleged to have ‘united Kenyans’ with raunchy footage.

Viral Tea has however established through a reverse image search that the woman in the viral footage is not Azziad.

Collage of Azziad Nasenya and porn actress Destiny Mira. /VIRALTEAKE

The woman in question is a porn actress named Destiny Mira, based in the United States. According to Pocket Stars, she specializes in providing a holistic erotic experience for her co-performers and viewers alike. 

“Both my diverse selection of content and the fact that I produce, film and edit the majority of my own content is what I feel makes me stand out amongst creators,” her bio describes in part.

In a video she posted on her social media handles, Azziad confirmed that she was not the woman featured in the raunchy clip as she acknowledged a section of her followers who came to her defence.

“As usual I’m doing that job of uniting Kenyans because it is what I know how to do best. So I’m sure by now, most of you have seen it and I’m here to burst your bubble because it ain’t me.

“I’m grateful to my online family for coming through and saying that’s not me because you guys know all my tats (tattoos) and I feel like at this point I should be rubberstamping some on my forehead to just show you that it’s not me,” she stated.

She advocated for Kenyans to desist from spreading falsehoods about her, especially on such topics, as this can even expose one to cyberbullying.

“I feel that it's 2023 and I’m over here minding my business and if you are over there minding my business, who is minding yours? We shouldn't be in the business of creating false information around such topics because if you are spreading such information then you’re being an enabler of cyberbullying which honestly is not cool,” she added.

“You should be rejoicing in things that make you a better individual rather than rejoicing in things that you feel are going to lead to the downfall of another person’s reputation.”

In conclusion, she said it's important to work hard, trust in God and for people to mind their own business while practising kindness.

So far, Betty Kyallo and Georgina Njenga (girlfriend to former Machachari star Tyler ‘Baha’ Mbaya) have been alleged to have featured in raunchy videos and both have promised to take action against the perpetrators.

The Computer Misuse and Cybercrime Act of 2018 makes it a punishable offence to post nude images on the Internet without the consent of the owner with an intent to cause emotional distress. The images are sometimes accompanied by personal information about the subject, including their full name, address and links to their social media profiles.

The Act under section 37 which creates the offence provides to wit; "A person who transfers, publishes, or disseminates, including making a digital depiction available for distribution or downloading through a telecommunications network or through any other means of transferring data to a computer, the intimate or obscene image of another person commits an offence and is liable, on conviction to a fine not exceeding two hundred thousand shillings or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or both."

Media personality Betty Kyallo. /INSTAGRAM