Media personality Annitah Raey has joined the growing list of Kenyan celebrities asking for help.
In a long post shared on her social media platforms on Tuesday, the former Hot 96 presenter revealed that she had come face to face with the callous jaws of life since quitting her job with the Royal Media services-owned station.
“I need help to be honest. I just don’t know where to start with asking for it. Ave always being strong. I am the one who helps people. Asking for help is hard AF. Anyway, I need a job,” she said in a lengthy post on Instagram, which she also posted on her Facebook page.
According to the mother of two, she has continued to hang on to avoid falling into depression, but the situation has gotten murkier and the burden heavier as days have gone by, and seemingly, she is losing the battle.
“Yaani it’s been hard hata siwezi explain. But most importantly I never slide back to depression. I always hold it together life taught me that. But since 4 am, I couldn’t breathe well. I have been getting crazy panic and anxiety attacks the last two weeks,” she said.
Raey who celebrated her 31st birthday a couple of days ago, resigned from Hot 96 last November over what she termed as toxic bosses.
She hosted the Hot 96 Drive show with Patrick Igunza, parting ways with the media house after two years.
Raey further went to Twitter to claim that that was the best decision of her life, a decision that is now turning her upside down.
“So I resigned. Best decision I have made in my 30 years. Toxic bosses is something I need to talk about. When someone pushes you to suicide. Takes away the joy of life. Makes you hate a job that gave you joy. I might not change anything but I will encourage anyone who has a toxic boss,” Annitah Raey said in a series of tweets after resigning from Hot 96.