When Ochieng Ocholla was typing a racy message to his romantic interest on WhatsApp, he must have been expecting an equally steamy response. But nothing could have prepared him for the overwhelming feedback that he got from social media users.
By accidentally sending the message to his prayer group, Ocholla took the first step in a path that would lead him to the top of Twitter’s trends pane.
One member of Embakasi Prayer Cell’s WhatsApp group decided to take a screenshot of the sexual message and just like that, Ocholla’s bedroom matters made their way to the public domain.
Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) have never been known to pass up a chance to poke fun at others, and today they didn’t disappoint. Here are some of the funniest tweets on the #BroOcholla trend:
— Smooth Operator (@SmoothOperatorI) October 27, 2015
On judgement day when Bro Ocholla gets to heaven's gates aonyeshwe screenshot pic.twitter.com/cIOFJLPMuj
— Masaku (@masaku_) October 27, 2015
— DesTheOne (@Des_The_One) October 27, 2015
sister in christ: "what's this!!!?"
bro ocholla: pic.twitter.com/bzEpIaDLVX
— Verified (@njiiru) October 27, 2015
Forget about #BroOcholla the real Judas is the one who took the screenshot and leaked the messages!
— Lucia Musau (@LuciaMusau) October 27, 2015
Brands were not left behind. Here’s how they joined the #BroOcholla trend:
If only Bro Ocholla said it with SMS pic.twitter.com/2SVqd3mjtB
— Telkom Kenya (@TelkomKenya) October 27, 2015
— Parapet Cleaning (@Parapetcleaning) October 27, 2015
Bro Ocholla you could learn some new tricks on this show tonight. pic.twitter.com/COSm3AoKWj
— DStv Kenya (@DStv_Kenya) October 27, 2015
— Kenya Airways (@KenyaAirways) October 27, 2015