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The World today woke up to a good news of Kylie Jenner hitting her one Billion dollars mark making her the youngest billionaire in history at least until now displacing Mark Zuckerberg. That’s a huge amount that you’ll rarely achieve in your lifetime. Think of the well paid profession and tell me how long you’ll take to reach that net Worth.
However, her achievement has come along with many criticism more so from low class men. Some bringing the question of morality as a justification as to why she’s in that List. But let’s face it, Kylie is very influencial among men and women under the age of 35. Her cosmetic line is the envy of so many people. That’s real impact to me.
Don’t call rich , successful women whores. They do the work and no right thinking man will ever give a woman that amount of cash just to have sex or use her as a sex object in that case. It’s that moment in history, where men are suppose to man up and once more accept the impact women are making. The first step to solving a problem is acknowledging there’s one. And we’ve failed in that. Instead of us doing the work, we get involved in the loser typical blame games. Attacking their sexuality and trying to lower them down.
That brings me back home to our very own, Akothee. A friend asked my opinion on her last months viral photos and didn’t comment, but now I can. “ It’s absolutely Okay. ” This is why. Akothee is a typical reflection of the Kenyan heroic tale, starting off from scratch to actually amounting to something. That’s a story that resonates with all of us. That is a story that inspires us. Anyone in their clean conscience, shouldn’t blame another for doing their best to make a life or even a name in that order for themselves.