Citizen TV news anchor, Lilian Muli have hinted to the public that she is having troubles with her boyfriend. The presenter just recently revealed on a live show with Muthoni Wamukiri that she is in a serious relationship. Well, the news presenter have just hinted to her followers that they might not be in a good place with her boyfriend. This was noticed in her Instagram stories after she shared a number of posts on the platform, talking about how men cannot be trusted.
As seen on Lilian Muli's platform, the mother two shared three posts on her Instagram stories. The presenter first asked her followers if they agree with the fact that women first break up with their boyfriends mentally then physically. Muli also shared an update which stated: "What ain't real won't last, so I let everything play out".
Just a few minutes after making this two updates, Lilian added another update stating that the her relationship was just for character development, nothing else. The mother of two kept on giving hints to her followers that indeed all is not well with her relationship. Here is the link to Muli's full posts.
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