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 Karen Nyamu Devastated As TikTok Bans Her From Going Live Over Sexually Suggestive Content

Nominated senator Karen Nyamu was been banned from going Live on TikTok due to sexually suggestive content.

According to a notification she received from the video App, she was banned from accessing live for a day.

The decision was arrived upon after she hugged a fellow woman during a live session.

“Violation reason: Sexually suggestive Content,” TikTok notified her.

TikTok further informed her that they welcome  performances and dances  where people can creatively express themselves, celebrate their culture or entertain, while being keen on content that fails to meet their community guidelines.

Reacting to the action, Nyamu said that TikTok will soon be banned in Kenya.

“I like the controls and checks TikTok has put in place. AS lady just happened to hug me on my Live. TikTok itabaniwa Kenya nikiwa kwa bafu nikioga,” the agitated senator said.

In the video that saw her get banned, Nyamu was heard emulating TID, where he was interrupted by a boda boda rider during an interview, a video that went viral in the country with TikTokers jumping on the trend. In her video, she was addressing her female friend who later embraced her.

Nyamu is among the most followed politicians on TikTok, and she has captivating her audience with the kind of content she shared. Other most followed politicians on the platform include Nairobi governor Johnson Sakaja and former Mombasa governor Hassan Joho.

In a recent video, Nyamu is believed to have been throwing shades at her baby daddy’s ex, although she didn’t mention the name of the person she was targeting.

“Me, the only one riding in his car now because you decided to make decisions out of anger,” she captioned her video where she was captured entering a white Land Cruiser.

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