Me: Finally finds a good, reliable, safe boda guy.
Him randomly at 0025hrs: Hae dia
— ♣ Fauziya (@Diamamyn4zi1) July 27, 2019
It seems ladies have fallen victim of such an incident at least once in their life. Below were some reactions:
I feel this to the core, I don’t even try to engage in conversation anymore. Call me a trash person but sitaki kupendwa
— Maanda (@Maanda_eva) July 28, 2019
Me: Pick me and drop me at Jiweke Tavern
Uber Guy: Nimefika
Along the way
Me: (trying to be nice) What’s your name? Thanks for the drive (I tip him well).
At 2:00 am
Uber guy: Hae dear? Bado uko out?
— Nancy Abira (@AbiraNancy) July 29, 2019
I can relate
There was this one that was my regular
Used to take me to see this guy u was trying to get to know 😉 … I got bored so this day I tell him ngoja Natoka in few minutes am just picking few things, I must have given TMI … Later that night, hi dea 😞
— Linn Loray (@ladyloray) July 28, 2019
Wondering why the Boda Boda guy would do that…
Mans must have been scrolling through his contacts, saw your number and thought “potential booty call yes, no, maybe? Only one way to find out”
Boda guy: hae dia
— The big foot previously known as Shuru🇰🇪💙Ⓜ️ (@WanjiruJon) July 27, 2019
And not only do they just text but will want to keep tabs through various social media platforms.
Same…my tuktuk guy literally even followed me on ig😭
— islander 🇰🇪🇰🇪🇰🇪 (@kayla_nzadze) July 28, 2019