Amina Abdi, a TV personality, has finally spoken out about her ‘toxicity,’ as described by Netizens.
- She apologizes if she has ever given someone a different kind of greeting than they expected, but she is not toxic.
After netizens on social media attacked her for allegedly being toxic, TV star Amina Abdi Radar has now broken her silence.
The media personality was forced to speak live on NTV and explain why she was accused of creating a terrible work environment for her coworkers.
Amina may be heard apologizing in a video that was first broadcast on NTV’s official Twitter account and then deleted.
Mpasho has since reposted the same video on its Twitter.
“If there is anyone who I’ve ever given the kind of reception they didn’t expect, I apologise but am not toxic.” Amin Abdi Radar stated.
“Amina Abdi had to apologize live on TV after seeing what happened to Miss Mandi. Ogopa KOT 😂😂. But we will go after Ntv for deleting that tweet. The rules are clear…” Gideon Kibicho posted.
Amina and Miss Mandi were recently chastised by Kenyan On Twitter (KOT) for allegedly creating a hazardous working environment for their coworkers.
This followed after Dj Lithium reportedly committed suicide at the capital FM which is rumoured to be as a result of the hostile working place.
“Capital FM sounds like a very TOXIC workplace. Yesterday Koome exposed how Miss Mandi the bully made his life a living hell. Now DJ Lithium has committed suicide! And then there all these allegations that Amina Abdi is also a workplace bully! Anyhu, RIP Lithium.” Carol Makandi tweeted.