Risper Faith, a well-known socialite, has revealed how she used to take money from men without necessarily sleeping with them.
The mother of one took to her social media accounts for a story time in the hopes of encouraging women to broaden their horizons and be wise with money.
In the video, the socialite recounts how, on their way to a rugby match in Nakuru, they witnessed an accident and she stopped her car to photograph the incident.
“May God forgive us because the things we are doing for money are so many. But I did not leave Webuye to come and struggle in Nairobi.
I came to Nairobi to make it. I came to look for money so that I can lead a good life. We found a car that had gotten into an accident, and there was some blood. I applied it to my face and took photos. Do not judge me, I was looking for money,” she said.
Risper then saw a nearby hospital where they found a young doctor and bribed him so they could take a photo of her being taken to the ward.
“I gave him KSh 3,000 and told him to make it look like I was being medicated and being rushed to the emergency ward. I wore the clothes, had my oxygen on and was rushed to the emergency room.
We took the pictures and then left the hospital for the event. I had like 30 wababas. I sent them all the photos and explained I was going to an event and got into an accident, and they started panicking,” she added.
She said she told them the bill was KSh 56,000, and they started sending money, and within a day, she raised KSh 256,000.
When she returned to Nairobi, she got fake bandages, and the men would come and visit her and bring her whatever she asked for that she had to put away some food.
Risper Faith's tale of turning an accident scene into a selfie studio, complete with faux-blood makeup, just to outwit some persistent suitors, should get her elected as Nairobi Women Rep. She qualifies. pic.twitter.com/W4SVfYDDrh
— LazooJ (@Lazooj) November 4, 2023