Ever since Lilian Nganga left Alfred Mutua to be with Juliani, fans have been sending harsh comments to the duo and at some point he received death threats from unknown people. Anytime Juliani or Lilian Nganga leave posts on their social media pages, fans will just find a way of making their posts look funny and even send ill messages. Apparently, some fans have been telling Juliani that judging from his look, he seems broke and does not even deserve to be with Lilian Nganga. People have been going an extra mile of even telling Juliani to retouch his dreads. Today morning, a popular Kenyan rapper called Nonini decided to address all this drama that has been going around concerning Juliani. Nonini told fans that they should stop trolling Juliani because they don't know him perfectly. Nonini claimed that Juliani is among the top millionaire artists in Kenya. He said that when Juliani released his 'Utawala' hit song, he would even earn close to 20million shillings in a year. Nonini claimed that Juliani's goal is to be a millionaire and not to look like one. He said that people see Juliani as a broke man but he is top millionaire.
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