Former Machakos First Lady, Lillian Nganga has been trying to leave her life freely since she came out confirming dating artist Juliani. She has been trying to leave like any common mwananchi, less of formalities like her earlier life where she was spotted mostly with formal dresses and suits.
Well, this is the new life she chooses it. However, it seems like fans have not embraced the new Lillian. The new free spirit young kady who is trying to live her best life without the pressure of what society ought to say about you and thus having a hard time accepting the new her.
Earlier today Lillian stepped out in some summer vibes outfit, simply dressed in a white best top, a booty short, and some cover-up and she completed her look with some white sneakers.
Fans went forward calling her out for her eyebrows, claiming that she looked like an adolescent little girl and her untidy hair claiming that her dating Juliani has deprived her of elegance.
See the reactions from fans about the same below,
[All photos courtesy || Source, Instagram]
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