Kenyan Gengeton star Mejja Genge had a wonderful day as he celebrated his birthday adding one more year as he turns 36 years old.
Mejja has warmed the hearts of many people with his music hits which have taken the entertainment industry by storm.
According to Milly Wairimu, her cryptic message to Mejja has gone viral as she has wished Mejja a bad life hinting that Mejja will have to pay for the bad things he has done in this life.
"Happy birthday...I wish you nothing but a bad life. I mean you have to pay for your wicked ways. Jibambe," Milly Wairimu captioned.
Kenyans on social media have reacted to Milly Wairimu's message to Mejja as many people highlighted that she is going through a lot in this life and she has not yet forgiven Mejja meaning that she needs time to heal. Kenyans have asked why she is bitter with Mejja but some internet detectives have highlighted that it is another language of love and the ex-wife appears to be shooting her shot this time round to see if she can rejuvenate their past relationship.
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