Citizen TV show host Willis Raburu seems to have woken up unhappy man if his social media posts are anything to go by. The father of one took to his Instagram stories to condemn drama, stating that at some age, it is not just necessary.
He went on to cite that he is not ready for such. In a different post, he offered words of advice to his fans. On this, he started by telling his followers to always normalize the culture of saying no to things they think are not right.
He also advised his followers to always be truthful to themselves and anything they feel they are not ready to do, they should say than keeping silent. More importantly, Willis warned his fans from living a fake life by trying to please everyone.
According to him, 'no' summarizes all when things seems not right. It is not clear who this message is directed to. However, one might assume it is targeting his ex wife, Marya Prude who for some time now, they have been exchanging cryptic messages on Instagram targeting each other.
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