Lilian Ng'ang'a is a famous entrepreneur in the city. She is known for being the ex-wife of the Machakos Governor doctor Alfred Mutua, and most people referred to her as First Lady. She is also known for her charitable deeds and cancer awareness efforts in her county.
Today being on a Sunday, she took the golden opportunity to wish her online family a happy Sunday. From the post she shared, she was dressed in simple t-shirts. She went ahead to accompany the photo with a caption that read:'Aligned. Alive. Healthy. Happy Sunday '
One of her fans was quick to ask her about the t-shirt and she asked whether they had started sharing outfits with her current lover, Juliani. This is because the famous musician is always rocking simple t-shirts and a pair of jeans.
More humiliating comments made on the post read:
Do you think that it was right for the fan to ask Lilian Ng'ang'a such a humiliating comment? Share your thoughts on this in the comment section below.
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