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Citizen TV anchor Lillian Muli has opened up for the for the first time after she went on an angry rant on social media where she branded her baby daddy Jared Ombongi a “community husband” and a “narcissist”.

“My recent outburst was my lowest moment, and I am not proud of it because it got Kenya talking about me and even the Diaspora,” she said in an in an interview with Malkia Africa.

She added, “It was those oops moments you are like ‘Oh my God, really Lillian? I hope the affected persons can make peace with it as well and peace with me eventually.”

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Lillian continued, “People will just take what you give them and run with it.”

Lillian, however, says she has learnt from her previous mistakes and looks forward to being cautious on her comments on social media.

“I think sometimes I underestimate my brand, even with the knowledge about social media power, especially now. As a word of caution to any upcoming brand, anytime you are emotional, take your time before posting anything on social media,” she said.

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Lillian MuliLillian admits it was a bad moment for her, but she has managed to solve it and moved on.

“I can’t say it did not happen but I have made peace that it happened. If I could take it back I would, but I cannot act like it didn’t happen ’cause, of course, something that I am not proud of happened that made me react that way,” she said.

Lillian revealed that when she gets riled up “I have learnt to count to 100 by the time I get to 25, you will have calmed down. Some of the things you put out there you can’t take back.”

She concluded, “I have made peace with myself and with the affected persons because some of these things affect even the family. I am a weak person but I am learning. I hope the affected will also make peace with me as well and even forget about it.”

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