• Maina Kageni disgusted as Kenyan men admit to recycling boxers for months

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Radio King Maina Kageni could not hide his disgust after a section of Kenyan men admitted not to washing their boxers for weeks or months.

According to the men, they smell the boxers and if it's still not stinky they recycle it.

Speaking during the morning show on Classic 105, Maina shared, "There are people who smell their innerwear and if it's not stinky they recycle it.

Who told you it's a woman's work to wash your underwear? If you cant wash your undies have like 100 of them."

He added, "So a woman should wash it for you? You have come too much. The solution is for you as a man to wash your underwear.

These men will kill you."

Mwalimu King'ang'i was of the opinion that women should help such partners wash their underwear after all marriage is for better or worse.

'It's not good to see your husband smelling their underwear with an intention of recycling them.

That is where you come in as a partner, if you see them do so please help them wash their underwear.'

Below are some hilarious comments by Kenyans

'Bora uhai. What is better? So I should die of pneumonia? The best thing about men is that our hormones and pores are made differently from those of women.

Plus we do not apply soap nor oil to our bodies hence our boxers can stay clean for long.

Another Kenyan added,

'It's not our fault it's just how we were created. Personally, no one washes my boxers for me and I can wear them for a month without washing them.

All I do is smell them and if they stink you wash them if not you recycle them. Even my wife does not know if I wash them.

 I have two underwears which I  wear for a month,  so many men are in this situation.”

Just when you think you have heard enough, another male fan added,

I wash her inner wears also and I'm ok I have no problem with that... one thing I can't discuss with anyone is how I will live with my wife.. ... I married her we help each other...

Otherwise, if I wanted a nun I could have looked for one... Let stop this foolishness... Anyway everyone is entitled to do what she/he feels..."