Photo: Yvette Obura
This was with regards to her latest post on her Instagram account, where the voluptuous mother of one uploaded her photo looking ravishing, and captioned it "slowly trusting the process".
As expected the post quickly elicited reactions from her followers most of who complimented her for her lovely looks.
However one follower by the moniker Reemah Banks took the opportunity to ask Yvette Obura why she hasn't yet birthed a second child.
The fan even went further to advise her to get the second child with her ex-lover Bahati.
"Hutaki mtoto mwingine???? Ambia Bahati afanye kweli." She said.
In her rejoinder, Yvette Obura fired at her by asking her to respect Bahati's marriage to his current wife Diana Marua.
" Si urespect tu watu kindly".
" I hope you will stop telling other women when to have babies with other women's husbands" she said.
It is well remembered that Bahati and Yvette Obura first met in high school, Huruma and dated awhile back. Their union even led to the birthing of their daughter Mueni Bahati.
Photo: Yvette Obura and her daughter Mueni Bahati
However they later broke up and the 'Barua' hit maker dated Diana Marua. The lovebirds are currently married for over 5 years and have two children together.
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