We all want to party and have fun, especially when the week is over and you just want to take a break from all the school or office work.
And one of those ways of unwinding is hooking up with your buddies or boyfriend/girlfriend for some few drinks before heading home. But now, when it comes to women, there happens to be a few annoying habits we have when we have had way too much to drink.
Whether you are with your partner, a male friend, a date or a just a colleague, it can look very disrespectful when you get drunk and do some things that can get a man very offended and annoyed with you.
Well, here are 7 things that Kenyan women do when they are very tipsy or drunk that annoy men. Check them out below.
1. Puking/Vomiting Recklessly
Ladies, I know when vomit comes it’s hard to hold back, but for crying out loud, if you have that feeling that you may throw up, go to the ladies lavatories just to avoid a big mess. It’s so embarrassing for the dude you accompanied if you just carelessly puke on the table, chairs or counters in the clubs, especially if his friends are around. And then, if you can’t handle too much alcohol, just drink enough or don’t drink at all.
2. Shouting Out Loud When Your Favourite Song Plays
So when your favourite Beyonce song plays, you scream out so loud that you can still be heard even with the ear-deafening sound from the club speakers. Wow, trust me, it makes you look like a maniac and the worse part is; everyone knows your drunk, so they expect the guy you are with to be the one to control you. Not fun for the man, at all!
3. Spilling Drinks On Other People While Dancing
When some women get drunk, they tend to dance more and show some killer moves, but it can get really annoying when you insist on doing so with a drink in your hands. If you decide to do a bend over with a glass of wine or glass of whisky, it will definitely pour on other people, especially if it’s crowded. Some ladies can’t even hold their glasses tightly when high and they end up spilling alcohol on themselves or others.
4. Leaving Your Table Every Minute
Some ladies cannot settle down when high, they just want to keep moving from one table to another, in the name of saying hi to some friends or workmates she has spotted. If they see a friend on the next table, they don’t hesitate to go there and get comfortable, even start to dance with them and drinking their alcohol. Others even disappear for hours, and maybe they left their handbags and phone with the guy.
5. Allowing Every Man To Flirt With You
Yes, as much as this sounds wrong, it does happen. When some lasses get drunk, they tend to loosen up way too much, to the extent that they allow men in the club to flirt with them, forgetting that she is with another man. It can even come out as disrespect and don’t be shocked if a man throws some tantrums because of this. If you want to flirt randomly with men in a club, come with your girls alone. Simple!
6. Knocking Other People’s Tables Or Drinks
There are some ladies who become very unstable when drunk and end-up knocking other people’s drinks or table while dancing or just walking by. It can get really embarrassing for a man especially if some glasses break in the process or someone gets soaked in alcohol all over because of you can’t handle your alcohol intake.
7. Being Too Ratchet
Well, one of my male friends told me how he gets annoyed when a lady gets high and becomes ratchet and engages in some behaviour like; dirty dancing with random men, drinking too much alcohol like a man, sitting carelessly with your legs wide apart yet you are in a dress/skirt and even others allowing men to touch their butts or boobs.
Singer speaks after attacking lover at WCB signee Zuchu’s star-studded concert
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On 18 July, there was fanfare at the Mlimani City Hall in Dar es Salaam as WCB signee Zuchu held a thanksgiving concert months after her debut EP, I Am Zuchu. The event dubbed ‘Ahsante Nashukuru’ mainly featured performances by artistes from the WCB stable and attracted the whos-who in the Tanzanian entertainment and political scenes.
However, singer Gigy Money who also performed made the headlines for the wrong reasons after getting into a scuffle with her lover during the much-publicised concert.
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Peaceful arrival, later chaos
Moments earlier, Gigy and her Nigerian man were seen arriving arm in arm at the event whose highlight featured Zuchu receiving a brand new car from WCB head honcho Diamond Platnumz. Donning matching outfits, the couple was spotted on the red carpet as the paparazzi scrambled to capture the moment. However, all hell breaks loose later and viral videos depict the visibly angered Nigerian arguing with a bouncer at the entrance. After a tense confrontation, Gigy’s man is seen being led by the screaming bouncer towards the exit. Shortly after, a similarly irritated Gigy emerges and follows the pair.
“Gigy! Wewe Gigy wewe!” a woman in the background is heard dissuading the singer from pursuing them but the singer pays no heed and heads for the pair.
“You want to beat me?” the boyfriend is heard asking an approaching Gigy as the bouncer acts as a barrier between them. The bouncer manages to steer the incensed man towards the exit as Gigy follows behind, hurling obscenities.
At some point, a barefoot Gigy turns into a sprint before throwing one of her shoes which hits the man who then responds with an insult. Another bouncer finally intervenes and the two are separated. Gigy then asks for her vehicle so she can head home before warning the press against sharing videos of the incident.
Though the cause of their tiff is still unknown Gigy later made reference to the shocking incident in a social media post, hinting that alcohol had a part to play in the fracas. In another post, Gigy shared a photo alongside her estranged lover writing: “My mad man looked handsome before his demons arose and mine arose too.”
‘Running over Ali Kiba’
Gigy is not new controversy and recently said she’d run over her ex, singer Ali Kiba for breaking her heart.
“I will knock all of them down, I mean I will kill them. In fact, I will flatten them like chapatis. The first person I will knock down and kill is Ali Kiba. Actually, I don’t need a weak car, I need a Fuso so that when I knock him down I will be sure he doesn’t survive,” Gigy told Ayo TV.
Dating Kiba brothers
Gigy had in the past admitted to dating both Ali Kiba and his younger brother, Abdu Kiba. She solely laid the blame on Chekecha singer for pursuing her despite knowing that she’d been with his younger brother. Abdu expressed being heartbroken after learning the two had a fling, prompting him to marry.
“I was very hurt on hearing that Ali was dating Gigy Money because I dated her first before she became famous. But it’s alleged that Ali didn’t know. It hurt me for a while till when I married,” said Abdu.
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Why Jahmby Kokai is happy her TV anchor dream never came true
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Popular media personality Jahmby Koikai narrated how her first attempt at auditioning as a TV host backfired and she was sent home on the first day of the audition. Reliving her prime days, Jahmby narrated how she was determined to follow her dream of becoming a news anchor after completing her degree.
“There was a reality show that was running on one major TV channel here in Kenya, searching for the next top news anchor. I’ve always had the knack for news. At the time, I was working at Metro FM. Walked to my boss and asked him if he was ok with me participating in this competition. He agreed to it.
“Auditions were at Film Studios. The queue stretched all the way to the showground. I was at the back kabisa. Imagine 300 people before you. Then we got the briefing paper and it indicated, ‘no persons with experience in a media house allowed to participate in this audition’. Mimi Jahmby Koikai, nirudi home after watu 300 kukuwa mbele yangu?” she posed.
According to the endometriosis survivor, she went ahead to audition for the position despite the warning and was the first contestant to be sent packing.
“So I stayed in line until I got to the audition room. The judges were a few people I was in campus with. I felt a wave of despair. Like I’m here auditioning, yet my classmates will be judging me? I did my thing and I was considered. We got into the house and we were assigned to different groups. I was the group leader and we won the challenge. Later that evening, we were driven back to Film Studios for a briefing. The presenter of the show said some of us have to go home.
“My name was called out first amongst other great people. We were dropped home. I cried. It felt like I’d lost such a great opportunity. My mom and late grandma were so sad cos they loved to watch me do the news,” she narrated.
Later, Jahmby auditioned for another TV opportunity only to miss out as well.
“Then came another opportunity over 10 years ago, I saw a TV ad and decided to apply for the news anchor position. I didn’t get the job.”
However, due to endometriosis, Jahmby was forced to put her dreams on hold and concentrate on getting better. According to her, it is as though God had better plans for her and is grateful to not have gotten the jobs.
“I battled severe endometriosis in silence for over 19 years. I think of how engaging the newsroom is and I’m grateful I wasn’t in that space. I’d have utilized all my sick-leaves and off-days and just declared redundant.”
There was a reality show that was running on one major TV channel here in Kenya, searching for the next top news anchor. I’ve always had the knack for news. At the time, I was working at Metro Fm. Walked to my boss and asked him if he was ok with me participating in this competition. He agreed to it. Auditions were at Film Studios. The queue stretched all the way to the showground. I was at the back kabisa. Imagine 300 people before you. Then we got the briefing paper and it indicated, ‘no persons with experience in a media house allowed to participate in this audition’. Mimi Jahmby Koikai, nirudi home after watu 300 kukuwa mbele yangu? Nikasema zi. So I stayed in line until I got to the audition room. The judges were a few people I was in campus with. I felt a wave of despair. Like I’m here auditioning, yet my classmates will be judging me? I did my thing and I was considered. We got into the house and we were assigned to different groups. I was the group leader and we won the challenge. Later that evening, we were driven back to Film Studios for a briefing. The presenter of the show said, some of us have to go home. My name was called out first amongst other great people. We were dropped home. I cried. It felt like I’d lost such a great opportunity. My mom and late grandma were so sad cos they loved to watch me do the news. Then came another opportunity over 10years ago, I saw a TV ad and decided to apply for the news anchor position. As you see in this pic, I got my hair done at Ralph’s Hair Salon, new suit etc. I didn’t get the job. After KBC, I never got to anchor the news again. I’m grateful I did not get the job even though I felt dejected at the time. I battled severe Endometriosis in silence for over 19years. I think of how engaging the newsroom is and I’m grateful I wasn’t in that space. I’d have utilised all my sick-leaves and off-days and just declared redundant. There are many people like me who are bound by chronic illness and cannot do the things they love. I share your pain. But there’s hope. I’m grateful to God for His reminder that He will restore to you all the years that the locusts have eaten. Also Jer 29:11