Following Huddah's allegations of celebrities getting pregnant for fame and using their children for fame, Kenyan socialite and entrepreneur finally breaks her silence in a cryptic message.
Huddah Monroe, a Kenyan influencer, took to Instagram to criticize women who use pregnancy to trend and also use their children to make themselves famous.
Without a doubt, it all pointed to Vera Sidika, who has been updating social media netizens with photos of her three-month-old daughter, Asia Brown. Vera Sidika couldn't let that go without a retort, so she demonstrated what she does when people question her parenting style.
The mother of one revealed on Instagram how she blocked someone for questioning her parenting style and wrote the following:
"Bring this bullshit to me & get blocked!!! No mosquito will tell me how to raise my kid. Y'all didn't carry her for 9 months to have opinions on how she should be raised. Zaa wako ufiche! Pls Mind your uterus as I mind my own."
The cryptic message is intended for all who question her parenting style, as well as Huddah, who had to throw shade in a cryptic message she wrote on Instagram.
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