Huddah Monroe believes African mothers put undue pressure on their daughters

Huddah Monroe believes African mothers put undue pressure on their daughters

- Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe recently took to social media to give her two cents on how African mothers treat their daughters

- According to her, being born in an African homes equates slavery

- She went on to say the major reason most girls prostitute is because of the pressure put on them by their mothers

Former Big Brother Africa housemate and Kenyan socialite, Huddah Monroe is up to her controversial ways again. She recently took to her Snapchat to speak on the what she described as undue pressure constantly mounted on the female children by African mothers.

In what appeared to be a rant, she gave a detailed analysis of the reason most girls are pushed into prostitution. According to the beauty entrepreneur, she believes the major issue lies with African mothers who are usually greedy for money and push their children into whoring for their own selfish reasons.

She went to describe being born in African home as slavery. According to her, children from African homes are born specifically for toiling and slaving to make their family's life better. She further stated that that mentality of feeling entitled should be destroyed.

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It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

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It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

It is slavery to be born in an African family - Huddah Monroe

Born Alhuda Njoroge, the controversial 27-year-old Kenyan socialite lost her father when she was younger. Her mother remarried and thus, she has four stepbrothers. Huddah Monroe had a harsh upbringing, one filled with domestic violence and this is turn, led her to flee from home before she was old enough to take care of herself.

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