Aisha Mohammed the girlfriend to actor Mungai Mbaya earlier today rose the eyebrows of many online, after she mercilessly trolled various women who are flaunting their pregnancies online.
Photos: Aisha Mohamed
Without mentioning names she took to her insta stories, and the 19-year-old wondered why they kept parading them as if it was a trendy thing for people to now have families.
" People are really taking this pregnancy and getting a baby s*** to the next level. Y'all think it's a trend now to have a family? Lol" she said.
However with the post seemingly ruffling some feathers online, Aisha Mohammed later penned another message explaining her statement.
She made it clear that her message was taken out of context, and that she was never whatsoever jealous of other pregnant women.
" Yoooooooo I'm not jealous of any pregnant woman. How could I even? I love seeing women become mothers because it's the greatest joy in the world. If you didn't understand what i meant it's up to you" she said.
Conspicuously Aisha Mohammed's message comes slightly more than 2 months after she unfortunately lost a child that she had birthed with boyfriend Mungai Mbaya.
The son who was called Lyric Kagecho Mungai passed away on June 28, 2021, and this was just a month after the couple had welcomed him on May 28, 2021.
A past photo of Aisha Mohammed when pregnant with her lover Mungai Mbaya
He was buried on June 30th.
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