Former Machachari actor Tyler Mbaya is one of the few Kenyan celebrities who exceeded expectations amid his partner Georgina Njenga's delivery. Tyler apparently sparked controversy online after he joined his wife in the labour room and witnessed the entire delivery process; an event which most men have never considered to be part of. For the first time since the birth of his daughter, Tyler has today opened up on his experience in the labour room and the particular reaction that the event evoked.
Through a question and answer session on his Instagram, Tyler was asked by a fan whether he suffered any trauma after witnessing the hair-raising procedure in the labour room and his answer was actually straight to the point. According to the thespian, he indeed got triggered after the event but as he revealed, the feeling later faded away as days went by.
"To be honest I can't say it didn't trigger me a few times after lakini it's all good with me." He confessed.
Alongside Baha, another celebrity who also topped the headlines under the same discussion was popular content creator Kabi Wa Jesus who even shared a video of his wife Milly Wa Jesus' delivery process. Baha's newborn daughter whose name Astra Nyambura is expected to turn two months old in four days time.
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