Being a hooker doesn’t pay: Huddah denies making money off men

Huddah Monroe (Photo: Instagram)

Popular Kenyan socialite cum entrepreneur Huddah Monroe has taken it upon herself to ‘educate’ individuals thinking getting between the sheets actually makes one rich.

Dishing out her opinion on her Instagram stories, Huddah lamented on how she wishes sex paid more because she wouldn’t be hustling so much.

“I wish p**** paid as much as people assume coz I wouldn’t be hustling so f**** much. I’d just be laying there,” she said.

According to Huddah, sex doesn’t pay as much especially in America where, she wrote, girls go through a nightmare before they even get  Sh100, 000 from men.

“P***** doesn’t pay, especially not in America. Too many beautiful gals who are extremely cheap. If a man gives you $1000 in cash here is a nightmare lol!

The Insta famous beauty urged individuals to bank more on the power of their brains and not on looks as it will fade.

Huddah Monroe (Photo: Instagram)

Despite the advice, Huddah concluded by concealing her real business to her fans.

“You can downplay my hard work all you want to make yourself look good. I’m still not revealing all my businesses to the public,” Huddah concluded.

Successful college dropout

For Huddah, real name Alhudah Njoroge, life was never as easy and classy as she makes it look on her social media and as a result dropped out to give her siblings an equal chance at education.  

“Got about seven businesses or more and I don’t run any. Coming from a poor family, I didn’t graduate, stopped college halfway to give my younger brothers the chance to education. I am good at setting up businesses then I hire graduates as CEOs, accountants and managers and people with more knowledge on business than me and give them a good pay!” she wrote.

Known businesses

In 2016, Huddah started her own lipsticks line which has now added its product range with eye shadow pallets, makeup wipe and eyeliners.

Huddah Cosmetics (Photo: Courtesy)

“People ask me how I managed to make the brand a success and I tell them it’s because I was able to bring into the market a product that complements the African skin. I have been a victim of buying expensive make-up from Europe that doesn't compliment my skin color as make-up should do,” said Huddah during an interview with e-business.

The socialite also owns a cloth line by the name Rebel by Huddah which was launched in 2018 that deals in gender-neutral items such as bags, baseball caps, and tracksuits.


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