“Unaenda kudate wazee ju vijana wamekustress, huko ndio unamalizwa kabisa!”- King Kalala.

Presenter King Kalala of NGR Radio sparked diverse reactions following her critique of women pursuing relationships with affluent men. In a widely circulated video that gained prominence on social media, the outspoken radio personality condemned gold diggers and advised them to explore alternative paths for their aspirations.

Directing her disapproval towards women declaring, “I can’t date a guy without a car, without money, a guy who can’t fund my hair appointments, take your father’s poverty away,” King Kalala expressed her strong dissent.

Moreover, King Kalala unequivocally stated her disinterest in maintaining contact with former romantic partners, urging them to move forward and concentrate on their individual lives. She dismissed the notion of sustaining mature relationships with ex-lovers, asserting that pretense was unnecessary once a relationship ended, emphasizing that incompatibility had already been established, and ties severed.

Additionally, King Kalala urged her past male acquaintances to abstain from revisiting shared memories, asserting her lack of interest in such reminiscences. She emphatically stated, “May you celebrate a thousand birthdays every year, but I won’t pay any attention to what you’re saying. Don’t bother sending me memories on Instagram from two years ago, or mention anniversaries we never had. Stop dwelling on the past! I have no recollection, so leave me be! If anything, you lacked common sense in our relationship.”

Continuing her address, King Kalala underscored that if anyone encounters her with a new partner, they should refrain from commenting, likening it to passing by someone in a store without adequate funds. She insisted that they leave her in peace and focus on their own lives.

Furthermore, King Kalala pointed out a shortage of men, implying that this scarcity might contribute to the behavior of individuals seeking financial stability in their relationships.