Maureen Waititu highlights the struggles of single parenthood

The lawyer revealed that she had no idea how she'd survived putting her two sons with Frankie through school on her own

The mom of two hinted that her baby daddy was a dead beat
Maureen Waititu. The mom of two hinted that her baby daddy was a dead beat
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Years after their nasty break up, online drama, and court case it seems as though lawyer/influencer Maureen Waititu and her baby daddy fitness and gym enthusiast Frankie Kiarie are yet to make good.

Maureen's latest comment on the digital content creator and financial guru Ivy's page has fans questioning if Frankie is really a deadbeat.

Just Ivy while celebrating her girl's graduation from kindergarten posed the question to other parents asking how they'd survived the academic year.


"CBC parents how are you after paying fees four times this year?" Ivy wrote sharing the video of her little ones' graduation.

Responding to the question while also congratulating her friend city lawyer Maureen Waititu cried over how the whole idea had her anxious and she could not believe she had actually made it.

In Ivy's comment section she wrote, "Congratulations mama! I look back and can't believe that I did 8 terms with two kids.


God's grace is sufficient-He provides. We powered through the anxiety and we made it."

The comment has raised a lot of eyebrows as Frankie seems like a present father to his two kids with Corazon.

Although he hinted that he and Maureen were in slight conversation, in July this year Frankie revealed that he had not seen his sons with Maureen for two years straight due to the fact that he cut off ties with Maureen during their dramatic breakup.

Taking to her Instagram stories Maureen posted a quote that has added to the suspicions as it indicates that she currently has so much in her hands and she's struggling with motherhood.

The quote by A.Mclelland reads, " I'm not ignoring you, I'm overwhelmed.

I wake up. Someone needs me. I go to work. Someone needs me.I get home. Someone needs me.

There are dishes in the sink. Clothes in the dryer for the third time. Baths are to be taken.

Toys need to be picked up. People to be fed. I feel like with each passing year, I almost have less and less free time, but yet I work more.

I'm not ignoring you. I'm breathing.

Trying to find peace and quiet in this overthinking mind. I'm trying to catch up on housework. Trying to be a good mom. Trying to make sure everyone around me is taken care of. I'm not ignoring you. I'm exhausted."

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