- The viral video shows a man and woman having an uncomfortable conversation with the lady holding the man's jacket tightly
- In a matter of seconds, the lady starts sobbing and goes down on her knees to beg the man who is presumed to be her lover
- Kenyans on Twitter blamed the man for the drama while others said the lady had gone too far with the persuasion
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A viral video of a Nairobi woman going on her knees to beg a man has elicited mixed reactions on social media platforms.
As the video starts, the woman and man are seen having an evidently uncomfortable conversation on the streets of Nairobi with the lady holding the man's jacket tightly.
In a matter of seconds, she starts sobbing while still holding the man's jacket and goes on her knees to beg him.
As the man notices the amount of attention they are both getting, he tries to get the lady's hands off his jacket but her strong grip continues to hold on.
Onlookers start gathering from a distance to watch the unfolding drama but the Nairobi lady unashamedly continues to plead the man who is seemingly losing his patience.
The spectators can be heard saying "anaachwa na hataki kuachika, wanabreak up (He is breaking up with her but she can't accept it)".
As the video ends, a woman is seen approaching the duo to presumably solve the problems between them.
The video sparked reactions on social media with one side of Kenyans on Twitter blaming the man for the drama while the other side said the lady went too far with the persuasion of the presumed lover.
Daddy cool said:
"The man could have just taken her home and solve their issues there. Yikes!"
"They both acted irrationally! But how come in this day and age people still cry?"
"I will drink acid before I embarrass myself like this".
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In a similar story of love gone sour, it was reported the altercation between a 57-year-old Mombasa woman who engaged in a vicious fight with her daughter over a lover.
Pauline Kwamboka was rushed to hospital while bleeding and with other injuries while her 24-year-old daughter, Miriam Moraa, went into hiding after the brawl with her mother.
"She (daughter) complained bitterly that about two weeks have elapsed without her receiving money from the sponsor and was surprised to discover her mother was the one benefitting," said one of the neighbour.
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