• Just the other day, Brenda Jons revealed that she no longer identifies as a gay woman.
• Brenda Jons came out as a gay woman back in September 2021.
Kenyan YouTuber Brenda Jons has addressed her relationship status after making it known that she no longer identifies with the Lgbtqi+ community.
In a YouTube video, Jons disclosed that currently she is single and not searching as she continues to discover herself more.
“Are dating? A fan asked.
“I feel that side of my life imekuwa tu inaexist tu…like niko tu. I have people seducing me but I have not given it much thought. Because I have been working on myself, my phase, my identity, my job, and my brand because last year when that scandal happened I lost so much and I have been trying to build myself again. So I am not dating at the moment. It’s a plain no,” Jons explained.
What is your deal breaker in a relationship? Another fan asked.
She answered; "Dishonesty. If you are going somewhere just let me know, don’t make it feel like you are acting fishy,".
During the candid talk, Jons also touched on the first-ever pregnancy scare and how things went down.
According to the actress, she got her first pregnancy scare while in college.
Have you ever had a pregnancy scare and how did you deal with it? a questioned was posed to her.
She replied; "Which girl in this world has never had a pregnancy scare? I was in my second year when I had a pregnancy scare.. I had this boyfriend (the Kakamega boyfriend) and was in the process of breaking up and I thought I was pregnant and got to a place I was like ‘Kama ni mtoto wacha akuje. I have never the people who want to abort…after a month my periods came,”.
She added, “I was like 20, and I did not want to have a baby at 20, I was not ready,".
At the same time, she explained why she no longer identifies as a gay woman.
Why did you remove the rainbow flags from your bio? A fan posed.
Brenda replied; “That time of my life was a phase that I had to go through and I went through it and I'm no longer in that phase.
She went on to say; "As humans, we grow every day, things change every day, we develop every day and discover ourselves every day. And with time, I am realizing that wasn’t my identity. It wasn’t who I am but more of a phase …I am not saying for everyone is a phase, am just saying my story,".