“I came, I saw, I conquered!
When a friend of mine told me that Kenyan women are loose
I didn’t believe, couldn’t believe it
Until I came to Kenya for a holiday
With a mission.
And yes, I swung into action immediately
With post paid lodging services in major cities
I indiscriminately went for them
Tall and short
Slim and fat
Single and taken
Married but loose
I left no stone unturned.
Today I agree with my friend’s assertion
In fact loose is understatement of what these women are
Just show them a dollar and you’ll see them shake
A dollar melts them like ice in summer
Perhaps my skin colour to excites them.
Today I’m surprised some people want me arrested
For which crime?
Spending my own money?
Having good time with cheap women?
Or posting photos of us?
Oh no Kenyans,
It’s willing buyer, willing seller deal
I forced no one, I raped no one
I just showed them a dollar.
If you can be terrified by those few photos
What if I posted all of them?
I’m sure these hot videos would send you all into a comma
A rumour has it that I’m HIV positive
That’s neither here nor there
But if indeed I’m infected
Then it’s not I, but WE.
My aim of posting those few photos wasn’t to hurt anyone
I just wanted to show you how cheap your women are
Even those who call themselves “independent” women
Have you ever asked yourselves where they get their independence from?
They trade their dignity for independence.
We have exploited them well without looking back
I said WE because I’m not the only dignity buyer here
The rest aren’t brave enough to show it
Or maybe they haven’t hit the target.
Consequently, I believe I’ve no case to answer
All the hundreds of women I’ve smashed were adults
And I paid for all the services they offered
Those who accepted to eat peeled banana harvested more
Kindly don’t crucify me, I will be leaving soon
And for you cheap women
You can block me on social media
But you cannot un-moan my name!”