Juliani is a Kenyan musician who has been trending for almost two months now. This is after revealing to the public that he was dating the ex first lady of Machakos county.
Lilian Nganga and her then husband Dr. Alfred Mutua came public in August to announce their separation and promised to remain friends because of reasons known only to them.
Days later lilian moved out and started dating the musician, haters have been attacking him right, left and center. He posted a photo of himself and he was really trolled.
Juliani decided to face the haters head on and responded to almost all of their comments. Lilian is also not happy with how her boyfriend is being treated.
She posted a photo on her Instagram stories which read; "what is essential is invisible to the eyes."
From the post she is defending her man by saying you can love someone because of something other people cannot see and people should not judge.
We are all created in the image of God. We hope that they will overcome al the online trolling nurture their relationship.
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