“Wewe Ni Celeb ,Jenga Nyumba Mzuri sasa” Kenyans Tell Inspekta Mwala, After Showing His Village grass House

Inspector Mwala, whose real name is Davis Hezron Mwabili, recently found himself at the center of online ridicule from Kenyan netizens. The esteemed actor faced considerable criticism after proudly showcasing his rural home background.

In Kenya, there exists a widespread expectation that celebrities should inhabit lavish mansions, presumably indicative of their wealth and status. Therefore, when Kenyans discovered Inspector Mwala’s decision to openly exhibit his village residence, it triggered a wave of disapproval.

In response to the online backlash, Inspector Mwala defended his choice, asserting, “Facebook is full of words; oh, I’ve built, it’s not necessary to show everything.” This statement reflects his belief that not every aspect of his life needs public validation or scrutiny.

Inspector Mwala has held a significant influence for an extensive period, primarily through his renowned show, “Inspector Mwala,” which enjoys widespread recognition among Kenyans. Additionally, his prior stint as a presenter at Radio Citizen has contributed to his widespread fame, augmenting his substantial following on various social media platforms.

However, despite his established popularity, controversy arose when Inspector Mwala posted a photo of himself outside a traditional grass-thatched house, expressing his contentment with village life. Swiftly, Kenyans on Facebook leaped to conclusions, urging the actor to construct a more opulent mansion in the village. Many criticized the rural environment as unsuitable for a celebrity of Inspector Mwala’s caliber.