Lillian Muli is out here touching on a very sensitive topic when it comes to these social media streets.
Sharing a post, she told people to stop declaring their love to people via social media yet they are not on those platforms. Her words of advice, let them know in person, it has a bigger impact.
“Privacy is power! Why are you professing your Love to your person if they aren’t on IG (Instagram)? Just tell them in person." She shared
As a mother of two children, her other major concern is why parents choose a social media life for their children.
"Also I wonder when we open Instagram accounts for our babies have we given them an option to grow up and decide whether they want a public life? Smh,” Lillian added
Eeh, Lillian Muli is really shouting because this is the norm in Kenya. Very many celebrities have opened up social media pages for their children and they keep exposing a lot of their personal life. But the question is, do they really want that life when they grow up?
Here are a few celebrities who have opened social media ages for their children:
1. Size 8 and DJ Mo
2. Diana Marua and Bahati
4. Terence Creative and Milly Chebby
5. Betty Kyallo
6. Njugush and Celestine
7. Tanasha Donna
8. Mr Seed and Nimo
9. Kabi Wa Jesus and Milly Wa Jesus
10. Hamisa Mobetto
11. Zari Hassan