"Gen Z ladies, please wear underwear," company owner pleads

for Tv47 Digital February 23, 2023, 03:24 PM
"Gen Z ladies, please wear underwear," company owner pleads. TV47
Victoria's Secret underwear used for illustrative purpose. PHOTO/COURTESY

In Summary

  • A company owner alleged that Gen Z ladies do not wear underwear while attending job interviews. 
  • Kenyans on Twitter are outraged by her remarks with some terming them as "sexist".

A company owner has faced the wrath of Kenyans on Twitter (KOT) following a disclosure that generation Z job seekers do not wear underwear.

In a tweet, Zion revealed that she was about to interview job seekers and advised tweeps looking for jobs on how to behave. 

"I'm interviewing people today and all I have to say to everyone in need of a job is this: In this Ruto economy, nobody will pay you 50k, even 5k, to be a joker," she wrote.

"Halafu Gen Z ladies... Please wear underwear. At least until you get the job. Thanks," she added. 

A Twitter user Mr Kinuthia Pius inquired if she informs those not wearing underwear this.

"Did you tell them this after the interview?" Asked Pius.

"Immediately after an interview, I always tell people how they can improve. Yes, including if they need to wear underwear," she responded.

KOT reaction 

"So those women who don't wear panties are all Gen Z or those are your easy picks? There is no sin in being conservative, but don't be a prick while at it," a user called ZëitGêî§T ™ said.

"If you did an interview where this person was present, RUN!! She is one hell of a sanctimonious ignoramus, sexist to the core and overall a horrible person," Dr. Catherine Kyobutungi said.

"I've noticed that a lot of job disses or Gen Z disses are directed specifically to women. Is it that men aren't interviewing in the same jobs or you just have different standards for them?" Mwende Kyalo quipped.

Gen Z is a colloquial that is used to refer to people born between 1997 and 2012.

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