What could be American Wrestler John Cena up to?
He has followed Media personality, Ciru Muriuki on Twitter now making it the second Kenyan celeb after Janet Mbugua was followed two days ago.
Muriuki, who works for BBC Kenya, was wallowing in excitement, just like Mbugua did, after she received a notification that the actor followed her. She took a screenshot and posted on her Instagram story captioning, ” Excuse me, what?”
In an interview on The Kelly Clarkson Show, John Cena had revealed that he manages his own social media pages. He also added that he never captions his shoutout posts because his intention is for the viewers to be able to pick what they can.
“I do post myself and I do not caption anything because I want the viewer of the account to take what they can…” he stated.
Ask the difficult questions, start the difficult conversations, do the difficult work. With empathy, effort, patience, and persistence…impossible can become reality.
— John Cena (@JohnCena) November 12, 2019
This interview also featured South Africa’s Sho Madjozi who released a song about him that went viral, he decided to surprise her and she was elated in happiness.
We are not sure, however, that the wrestle intentionally followed the two journalists. It seems the account has been randomly following Kenyans and South African, some even with as few as four followers.
Besides the two media personalities that have been followed by Cena, we discovered that he has followed other Kenyans. They include;
Perhaps his account has been hacked, or he’s planning something big in Africa and needs to add locals on his Timeline.
Thank you @KellyClarksonTV @kellyclarkson for an amazing moment and what an honor to learn @ShoMadjozi story and how @WWE could inspire an artist around the world. Do your best to be your best, because you never know who’s watching or how they’re affected. https://t.co/dckbtAeGYh
— John Cena (@JohnCena) November 8, 2019