Celebrated Churchil's show commedianne was yesterday forced by one of her followers to answer the most simple yet delicate question to be asked in public. Being a celebrity, Jemutai has to put up with some of the questions so that she can be involed with her fans.
Comedianne Jemutai first became famous to the public after she joined a Kenyan comedy show owned by Daniel Ndambuki, 'Churchil Show'. Jemutai's real name is Stella Bunei Kotile.
Jemutai is currently blessed with two most amazing and beautiful children, a boy and a girl. More about Jemutai's personal life is not yet known, as she can be described as a private person.
On 31st of March this year, Jemutai took to her instagram account and posted a controversial statement, that later raised eyebrows. She later turned off her commenting section. "Being a single parent is hard aki. From paying the bills, being a full-time dad/mum, attending to a sick child, it's too much for one person to handle. If you are a deadbeat father or mother shame on you". Jemutai's post read.Yesterday night, Jemutai took to her facebook page and posted a picture of her, and her little girl with the caption "Mother is a title above queen. Our twinning headbanda from Breejoz Baby Shop ". Jemutai's baby is the latest brand ambassador in town after she signed a deal with 'Breejoz Baby Shop'.Through her comment section, she received a lot of praises from her followers. However, one fan decided to ask her where the father of her baby girl was. Below is Jemutai's savage response.Do you think Jemutai's answer was appropriate? Share with us your opinion in the comment section.
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