Photo: Jua Cali and his wife Lilly Asigo
They have been happily married for sometime now, and in the stint the couple has managed to make their marriage work successfully and they are even blessed with 3 children
All these good things is despite both of them being in the limelight.
While Jua Cali is famous for releasing hit songs like 'Ngeli Ya Genge', 'Kiasi', 'Kwaheri', 'Safsana' and 'Bongo La Biashara' among many others, Lilly Asigo is a TV presenter at Ebru TV and co-hosts the entertainment show dubbed 'Lets Talk'.
However their fairytale love life might not be at the best place right now, after the sassy queen recently took to her Instagram account to pen a message that suggested so.
Parading a photo of her hubby she accompanied it with a caption revealing that ladies usually hit on him, and she sarcastically said that it turns her on as shown below.
Conspicuously however the post has already been deleted on her Instagram account.
The post comes just weeks after Lilly Asigo also vowed to never make club appearances again with her lover Jua Cali.
This was after she joined him in marking his 42nd birthday on September 12, 2021, and they had a lovely party at the Switch Lounge which is a bar and grill.
However is seemed like the mother of 3 wasn't pleased with what went on that night, and she later took to her Instagram account and penned the message below.
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