Kenyans are savage! They never mince their words. When attacked or something is said about their country whether good or bad, they come like a swarm of bees ready to defend their nation. Well, American singer, songwriter, dancer, actress, and businesswoman Madonna is currently on a trip to Africa in an effort to raise awareness for charity.

Madonna was in Kenya for three days where she visited Kibera; the largest Slum in Africa and also the Rift Valley where she learnt a lot about our diversity. While in Kibera, Madonna took to social media to share a photo of a badly polluted river and captioned; “Imagine this is where your water comes from!” she captured the shocking shot. “@shofco is working to change this in Kibera, Africa’s largest slum.(sic)”.

Madonna then traveled to the Rift Valley where she also shared a beautiful photo with Samburu men and captioned;

“With the Samburu tribe in the Kikuyu valley! ???????????????? Kenya!” -Madonna”



This post ignited various reactions among Kenyans who lashed out at Madonna claiming there is nothing like the Kikuyu Valley.  This saw one Eugenia Barnett insult Kenyans calling them names on Madonna’s wall after they tried to correct Madonna that there’s no such thing as Kikuyu Valley in Kenya.