Two female media personalities recently accused of being ‘mean’ in their workplace have publicly apologized for their actions, while emphasizing that was not their intention.

Miss Mandi, born Mandi Sarro Waki, a former Capital FM radio host, had been challenged for her actions by Kenyans on social media in recent weeks.

Also in the spotlight, Amina Rabar, incidentally a former Capital FM radio host, who currently hosts the Trend program on NTV.

“I don’t recall the many incidents recounted online, but that doesn’t deny that those moments could have had a negative impact on those I worked and interacted with,” Mandi explained.

Mandi adds that she is a more mature person and has learned a lot about how to interact with people.

Amina added, “If there’s anyone I’ve ever met who felt mean or that I didn’t give them the kind of welcome they expected, I apologize. But toxic, I’m not, and I’m just showing people a lot of love,” the presenter said, to her panel’s nod on the #TTTT segment of the TV show.

Miss Mandi became the topic of discussion on Twitter when one of her colleagues told how she would put him down.

While responding to his accountability post, Mr Gitobu claims Miss Mandi intimidated and terrorized him for not having an accent like hers, not wearing fancy clothes or eating fancy food.

“And I didn’t even say anything about how she constantly actively sabotaged my work and my job,” he added.

Mr Gitobu’s revelation prompted other Kenyans to appeal to media personalities who had hurt them in one way or another.