Content creator Brendah Jons opens up on her third rape ordeal recently

Brenda Jons
Content creator Brenda Jons alias 'Mama Kingston'. [Photo: Courtesy]

A year ago, content creator Brendah Jons alias ‘Mama Kingston’ recently spoke about her third rape ordeal which happened not long ago.

On Thursday, the content creator while responding to the fatal rape ordeal on 24-year-old Velvine Nungari in Kahawa West disclosed that she too was raped by a man who she was seeing.

She recalled meeting the man in church and one thing led to another. However, he one day decided to get drunk and headed straight to Brenda’s house where he went straight into the act despite appeals from her to stop.

The content creator said that it is difficult to push off a man who is in the mood and tops it by being drunk because “they become super strong”.

“I was just crying and begging him please stop, please stop…hanisikizi its like he was possessed,” she narrated.

She recalls telling him that it would only make sense to him how bad raping is if it happened to his daughter since he was a divorcee. It is at this point that he stopped.

“I was so depressed and I was cutting my hand in front of him and he had the guts to tell me I am being dramatic…he then went to his house and calls me two weeks later and asks me to explain to him what his mistake was,” she quipped.

The next few months were full of agony and tears as she tried to come to terms with this incident once again.

Last year, Brendah opened up on how she was raped by her uncle and pastor while still a young girl twice.

She was living with her grandmother at the time since her mother was abroad. At five years of age, her uncle raped her, an ordeal that remains fresh in her mind to date.

I was five when it first happened, and he would do it continually,” she told Weekend with Betty.

At the age of 12, it happened once more and this time, it was more violent.

“When I was 12, my aunt’s husband did it again. This time it was a bit violent because he stuffed socks in my mouth and dared me, ‘you tell them now and let us see what they will do’. If you want to tell them go, see if they will believe you.’ He was a praise and worship leader and I am surprised that I am in the church right now,” she recalled.

She never told anyone about these ugly incidents many years later until 2018 when she finally opened up.