The internet has gone on fire for the another time. This is after Kabi Wa Jesus was spotted ridding children's bycicle on his latest photo, something that has left Kenyans talking on different social media platforms.
According to the post that Wa Jesu shared through his Instagram account, the guy was having some good time with his son where b, he wrote saying that:
"nothing beats father and son moments!" But what attracted the attention of many on this photo of Kabi with his son, is what Kabi was doing on the photo.
Now this photo of Kabi Wa Jesus has gone viral on different social media platforms, and it's sparking a lot of reactions currently.
Many are out to tell Kabi to stop ridding children's bycicle while, others are asking him some funny questions concerning what he was doing on the photo at the same time.
Anyway what's your opinion also concerning what Kabi was doing on this photo of him with his son that has raised eyebrows online!? Share your thoughts as you share this news to your friends! Below are some reactions:
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