After months of refuting their reunion rumours with comedian Erick Omondi, media personality Jackie Maribe has for the first time shared her public remarks to her baby daddy. This comes after the funny man bought himself a bungalow in Karen that has utterly attracted headlines over the week. Well, the two celebrities who are former love birds have always shared a common denominator despite breaking up few years ago; and that's courtesy of their only son Zahari.
Back in May this year, Omondi sparked concerns after apparently missing his son's 7th birthday, an event that many thought was sourced by a possible difference between the ex-lovers. However, Omondi dismissed the allegations claiming he was not in the country at the time of his son's birthday. Well, another latest comment shared by the baby mama has again raised eyebrows as far as the two's co-parenting relationship is concerned.
In a post Erick Omondi shared to ascertain the ownership of his new house through a title deed, his baby mama Jackie Maribe was among the first people to react to the post.
"Tuongee juu ya bedrooms za watoto au tuwache?" Jackie inquired.
The comment immediately sparked mixed reactions with most online fans commending the former Citizen TV journalist for addressing her "grievances."
"You have to talk about this issue." A fan emphasized.
Well, could it be that Erick Omondi never considered his son while acquiring the new mansion, or what could Jacky Maribe have meant?
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