Wanjiku Stephens who came to the limelight mainly after her debut on the Maria show on Citizen TV has gained massive fame in the country as a result of her influence.
Due to her fame, Wanjiku Stephens in aim to keep her fans engaged today shared a daring message to guy whom she has been flirting on social media for some time now.
In her social media post Wanjiku Stephens issued a threat to the guy by the name Prince Kevin who he told that he should marry her before the year ends or what is between them becomes null.
"Usiponioa hii mwaka we are done for real! " Wanjiku Stephens told Prince Kelvin.
The move by Wanjiku Stephens was after Prince Kelvin on his Instagram page shared a video of himself dancing to a certain song then tagged Wanjiku Stephens telling her that they will match with it during their wedding in a church.
"Sweetheart hii ndio tutaingia nayo church" Prince Kelvin told Wanjiku Stephens.
Photo: Prince Kevin
Meanwhile what's your thought on the matter? Do you think that Wanjiku Stephens was right to demand for marriage? Should ladies demand for marriage? Share your opinion in the comment section below.
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