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Actress Trisha Khalid Opens Up About The Dark Side Of Fame 

Kenyan actress Trisha Khalid, best known for her role as “Becky” in the popular Citizen TV series, shared her harrowing experience of dealing with harmful rumors and their devastating impact on her family.

In a candid interview with Vicky Vickinah, Khalid recounted a particularly distressing incident where a false rumor about her being involved in a fatal accident spread like wildfire across the internet.

The rumor, which was shared on social media, left her family in a state of panic and terror.

“My mum was terrified. She was calling me, but I was shooting, so I wasn’t picking up. She almost took a flight to Nairobi to come and see me. That was so bad,” Khalid shared, her voice still filled with emotion.

The actress’s inability to respond to her family’s concerns due to her busy shooting schedule only exacerbated the situation, causing her mother to fear the worst. Khalid’s mother was so distraught that she considered flying to Nairobi to verify her daughter’s safety.

Khalid’s experience highlights the darker side of fame, where rumors and misinformation can spread quickly and cause irreparable harm.

The actress’s story serves as a reminder of the importance of verifying information before sharing it online and the need for public figures to be more proactive in addressing harmful rumors.

Before her rise to fame, Khalid’s career path was marked by diversity and challenge. She initially pursued studies in cabin crew training and briefly worked in the aviation industry.

Her first job was as a car hire agent at a company in Mombasa. Her experiences as a bus conductor for Modern Coast, which she discussed in the interview, demonstrate her resilience and adaptability in the face of adversity.

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