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Huddah Moroe Lambastes Forbes Africa 30 Under 30 List, Calls It A ‘Bullshit List’

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Former Big Brother Africa contestant and business enterpreneur, Huddah Monroe has criticised Forbes Africa 30 under-30 class of 2020 list, calling it a ‘bullshit list.’

Forbes Magazine has a tradition of celebrating youths through the 30 under 30 list. In their sixth anniversary, Forbes Africa curated a 30 under 30 list that comprises of talented Africans who have made an impact in different industries ranging from sports, entertainment, fashion, business and more.

The list, which had the likes of Nigerian music stars like Mr Eazi, DJ Cuppy and Patoranking and a host of celebrities from other countries of the continent, was dismissed by the Kenyan socialite.

Huddah noted recently on her instagram stories that she used to dream of making it to Forbes until she saw the “bulshit list’ they just released.

The Forbes recognition is now based on “connections” and “not on hardwork.” She added.

Read her post below:

"What a Bulshit list" Huddah Monroe dismisses Forbes Africa 30 under 30 list consisting of DJ Cuppy, Swanky Jerry, Patoranking and Mr Eazi

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