Starehe Member of Parliament Charles Njagua aka Jaguar was on Tuesday embarrassed by activist Boniface Mwangi over his communication skills.
Mwangi took to Twitter to tear apart the popular musician by claiming that Jaguar could barely spell common English words.
"Njagua, you can't even spell or communicate. You used Jubilee's popular wave and Maina Kamanda's imported voters from Murang'a to get elected," wrote Mr Mwangi.
Jaguar's election is being challenged by Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) politician Steve Mbogo who wants the results nullified.
On Monday, four serious anomalies were identified by a researcher in an election petition case filed by Steve Mbogo challenging the election of Jaguar as MP for Starehe Constituency in the August 8th election.
The researcher, Mr Nyangasi Oduor, told the court that he had found serious anomalies in 160 out of 182 forms 35A.
First, he stated that a large number of the forms did not bear the official Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) stamp.
The court was also told how many forms lacked the signatures of the Presiding officer and the Deputy Presiding Officer.
Furthermore, Oduor alleged that ballot boxes had been stuffed.
He specifically cited St Peter's Clavers Polling Station where 16 Forms 35A lacked official stamps.
Finally, Justice Fred Ochieng' was told of an inexplicable variation between the declared results in the parliamentary election and the actual results tallied by the electoral body.