Kabi Wajesus and his ex-lover have made headlines for a while. This is due to their ongoing court case plus the fact that they are cousins who became lovers and even conceived a baby together. When the lady, Ciku, came out through her cousin to publicize their Issue with Kabi, he denied it but later on accepted to take responsibility after the DNA test they had proved that he was the father to their baby, Abby.
Today, Ciku's cousin texts blogger Edgar Obare through Instagram's direct messages where she claimed that Kabi was frustrating their efforts to get justice for the baby. She said that the influencer was doing this by quoting a smaller amount as his earning and they felt like he was being dishonest. She went ahead to say that Ciku was asking for Edgar's assistance in finding some evidence to prove Kabi's true earnings. Here is a screenshot showing the message sent to Edgar Obare: The request left many talking as some thought that the lady was only interested in Kabi's money instead of focussing on what's enough for the baby. Here are screenshots showing some of the netizens' reactions:
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