• Huddah says she hates it when someone stares at her without uttering a word

• She believes people stare at her because of her beauty, confidence, and self-esteem.

Huddah Monroe
Kenyan socialite Huddah Monroe
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Socialite Huddah Monroe has asked her Kenyan fans to say hi to her when they meet her, and not to merely stare at her. 

The socialite who is also an entrepreneur says she does not mind anyone saying hi when they meet one on one. 

In a social media post, Huddah said some people stare at her like she has something on her face, without saying a word.

She terms this as a 'bushy behavior, 'ushamba.'

"When you see me say hi. Nice to meet you. Don't just stand there and stare like I have a spider on my forehead. That is some really bush behavior. Unazubaa tu," Huddah wrote.

According to Huddah, people stare at her because of her beauty, confidence, and self-esteem, which she says everyone can have.

She posted a video of her in a car neatly and stylishly dressed in an orange outfit.

"Love who you are, embrace who you are. Love yourself. When you love yourself, people can kind of pick up on that, they can see confidence, they can see self-esteem, and naturally, people gravitate towards you."

The socialite who had been residing in Dubai landed in Kenya few days ago and has since been turning tables on social media.

Her recent controversy was declaring that she has feelings for 100 metres olympic champion Ferdinand Omanyala.

Huddah says the mission to have Omanyala might make her not go back to Dubai soon. She asked Mpasho to link her up with the athlete. 

"Omanyala is not so bad looking, hapa Kenya ni kama sitoki. @ Mpasho connect hiyo date." 

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