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Kenyans Left In Stitches After Gen Z Baddie Dances For Police Officers

The effect of the rise of Gen Z is still in the air, this time with influencers showing their dance skills in front of police officers patrolling the city containing protesters.

A video by a Tiktok influencer who goes by the moniker Mitchy Don went viral after she was captured breaking into a dance infront of two heavily armed police officers standing guard at Nyayo House.

The clip elicited mixed reactions from Kenyans , with many cracked up by the fearless GenZ baddie who showed her best moves to the policemen, which would otherwise had a very different outcome if they were hostile.

Some found Mitchy Don very audicious , with her fellow Gen Z netizens teasing her for doing the unthinkable with a smile on her face.

“Zile story zimepigwa barracks jameniπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚,” MC Sammy Ro commented.

“There is nothing the Kenyan Police has not experienced in the last 4 weeks,” a social media user named Katua opined.

“Gen Z kitu tunaogopa ni uji moto na mimba,” another quipped much to netizens’ amusement.

“πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚hilarious . The audacity,” media personality and TV47 anchor Betty Kyallo noted.

The baddie movement has been gaining momentum after MP Millie Odhiambo coined the phrase ‘bad girl’ , influencing young ladies to be bold and audicious in their lives . She stated that she would not be where she is if she was timid and reserved.

The Gen Z revolution has made history in Kenya, changing how things are run in the country after President William Ruto bowed to the pressure and gave in to some of their demands.

The raft of changes include his first-ever online conversation on X( formerly Twitter)with the youth , abolishment of unconstitutional state offices as well as other austerity meausres that would others be overlooked by the current administration.


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