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This is why ‘Bro Ocholla’ is trending

It was bound to happen but we never thought it would be so embarrassing.

A Kenyan man has become an overnight villain after a screenshot of his toe-curling, sexually explicit message, which he had sent to a wrong WhatsApp group, went viral.

The man, now known as “Bro Ocholla”, is part of a group called ‘Embakasi Prayercell’.

The screenshot shows two people sending congratulatory messages to a couple on the group called “the Onyangos” on their wedding anniversary.

Another man, mistakenly, then sends a flirtatious message to the group.

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It reads: “You seem to love my voice. This voice will whisper asking how you are feeling when you will be having your orgasms at cloud nine.”

Shocked, members of the group try to intervene. “Ops! (sp) Bro Ocholla?” quips a member identified as Ezra. The sender then says, “Wrong message. Sorry. Poleni.”

Another member named Ben reacts: “Yawa!!!”

Kenyans on Twitter have been trolling the sender.

Leslie Noodman said: “Bro Ocholla would have been the realest villain of all time if he left the group instead of saying sorry LMAO.”

Cyprian Nyakundi wrote: “Having a Bad day? Remember Bro Ocholla.”

But not everyone was judging ‘Bro Ocholla’. Twitter user Felista Wangari said: “Instead of praying for Bro Ocholla, the Embakasi Prayer Cell saw it fit to ‘expose’ him. Christianity much!”