While some of celebrities like keeping their relationships and family affairs private, other like to put it out there with nothing to hide and thats still okay because as long as you are not hurting anyone, you have the right to do anything you want as long as it's not illegal.
With celebrities like Redsan, Avril among others like to keep their dating and family members a secret, others like akothee, Bahati among others don't really care about what people say and so they just do it.
However, with this public display of affection, some have gotten them into a little bit of controversies and with the latest one's being Jowi Irungu, Kenyans have gone to their social media platforms to bash Jowi and his girlfriend saying that they were now chasing clout or rather looking for attention.
Jowie Who came into the limelight after he was accused of Murdering a woman woman was later released after the prosecution failed to prove beyond reasonable doubt that he was involved. However, after his release he quickly fell in love with his now girlfriend leaving former journalist Jackie Maribe whom he was dating before.
The two couples have been uploading pictures ever since and with a section of Kenyans praying for their love to flourish, others have taken to their social media accounts to call them out for this behavior and so with different contradicting opinions and suggestions, below are some of the reactions given by Kenyans towards the post.
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