Boniface Mwangi calls Jaguar a cry baby and Twitter erupts
The battle for Starehe constituency got ugly on Sunday after activist Boniface Mwangi accused musician Charles Njagua, aka, Jaguar of defacing his posters.
Mwangi, who is vying on an Ukweli Party ticket, tweeted, “Cry Baby Njagua can’t face me in a debate, can’t articulate why he is vying for MP, but he is defacing my posters across #StareheNiBonnie.”
The activist accompanied his tweet with a photo of his defaced posters prompting reactions from his Twitter followers.
Mwangi will contest against Jaguar (Jubilee Party) and Steve Mbogo (ODM).
Jaguar has publicly shed tears during the acrimonious Jubilee nominations over alleged rigging by incumbent Starehe MP Maina Kamanda.
The musician filed a complaint with the party’s appeal tribunal and after weeks of negotiations he was handed the ticket.
Here are some reactions to Mwangi’s cry baby tweet:
@Jaguar what you’re doing is so juvenile….that’s how you’ll lose!
— EDWIN ALEX WAMALWA (@Eduale88Alex) June 11, 2017
Awache ujinga ama alilie one cm away
— Dr. Ongong’ (@MrOngong) June 11, 2017
But must you all put 700 posters per square metre? Seems too much?
— Leylah Lelesan (@LeyLelesan) June 11, 2017
Jaguar ajipange na remix ya kigeugeu juu 8th wananchi watamgeukia design wazimu
— Jems (@demachira) June 11, 2017
Kanyi was almost loosing the battle with Kamanda he cried!! Will he handle parliament debates?
— S A U T E T™ (@AlexSautet) June 11, 2017
The name cry-baby is unfortunate- the pot calling the kettle black. I remember you too have cried on national tv. Poster defacing is wrong.
— 安偉傑 (@BabaLuhaso) June 12, 2017
some of your posters are also placed on other aspirants. Ama mtasema hao ni wa mchujo?
— Eja Nla. (@Muntez_) June 12, 2017
challenge that pretender to a debate, expose his ignorance. what has he done so far with his influence policy wise!! smh
— iano (@SelassieSonOne) June 11, 2017
Please Don’t Stoop too low. One Similarity with both of You, You are Both CRYING BABIES!!!
— Muraya Morgan (@muraya_morgan) June 11, 2017