Socialite Bridgette Achieng regrets sleeping with older men

For those die-hard fans who were skeptical about Bridget’s money and how she got it, you will be in for a big surprise.The socialite has finally spilled the beans that she was once a high-end prostitute looking for money to make ends meet.Growing up and living in Kibera, Bridget’s life has been anything but smooth sailing. Talking to BBC Africa she revealed how rampant rape in the slum is, and it is where her first sexual experience was after she was raped at a young age.I was molested when I was a kid and it really affected me until I was 25,’’ she revealed.

Once a house girl with big dreams, she decided to try being a socialite and her life changed. Rich men in big positions would slide into her DM for her services and at the right price she would give in.

“I tried (the trade), I wouldn’t say I didn’t try. You are a desperate girl looking for money and you are getting a guy who wants to give you like ten thousand dollar just to go visit him Dubai or wherever and he is willing to dash you 10 thousand dollars! Ten thousand dollars some people have never seen 10 thousand dollars in their life man. You just need to look pretty and get your 10,000 dollars and get on that flight and do what you have to do,’’ she narrated.

As good as it sounds on paper, it was anything but easy money that comes with bizarre demands. According to the socialite, her warning to young women who wish to get into the trade is, ‘you will pay for it.’

‘’I always feel like it has to be something that is in you because it’s crazy things you are asked to do. You are told to suck toes, to do what, like it’s crazy. Like I don’t want to go deep I don’t want to go into details about that because it freaks me out, I don’t want to scare people. But the young girls need to know there is nothing for nothing. You want a million bucks you will do something that is worth a million bucks, you want five thousand five dollars you will do something that is worth five thousand dollar,’’ she said of the trade.

And why did she do it?

‘’It’s something I tried when I was at my desperate moment. I had to do it to just get back up. It’s not something any woman should be proud of doing,’’ the curvy socialite who has an orphanage in Kibera with 30 kids told BBC Africa.

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