Edwin Chiloba Was Into Modelling For Female And Male Genders According To Gladys Cheptoo, His Sister

Yesterday, the funeral for Edwin Kiptoo Kiprotich, also known as Chiloba, took place in his hometown of Elgeyo Marakwet. Despite their public mourning of his passing, no one from the LGBT community was spotted at the memorial service.

The revelation that Chiloba is a member of the LGBT community has made his story popular online. Jackton, the victim’s boyfriend, murdered him and dumped his body in a metal box in Kapsaret, Uasin Gishu county.

The designer’s brain swelled as he struggled to acquire oxygen while being choked, according to the government pathologist, and he died a horrible death.

Gladys cheptoo, Chiloba’s sister, came forward earlier today to discuss their upbringing together. Early parental death left the two orphaned and dependent on their father’s pension. However, Chiloba was adopted by white parents who encouraged his abilities and participation in community events.

Cheptoo admitted that she did not always approve of her brother’s choice of feminine attire and that she did not always understand his sense of style.

“He told me to google on modelling because he is into modelling for male and female genders, and that is what could make him meet his dream. I could not comment on some because they confused me. I come from the village and did not fully understand his fashion sense,” Cheptoo explained.

To counter this, chiloba would argue that he represented both sexes as a role model.