Digital influencer, Celestine Ndinda's latest request to her online followers have elicited mixed reactions. Ndinda just a few minutes ago shared a long post on her Instagram platform requesting the public for an advice. Celestine who has been on the limelight for sometime now caused controversy following her recent post.
The Kenyan influencer is currently expecting her second child. On her Instagram platform, Celestine took an opportunity to inquire about parenthood. Through the post, Celestine requested the public to inform her on some of the things she should not do when she gets a second child. "What are some of the things that one shouldn't do when you get a second born?", Wakavinye inquired.
After requesting this, netizens flooded the comment section with comments. Majority of netizens told her not to ignore Tugi after giving birth. She was advised to buy gifts for Tugi and tell him that they are from his younger sibling. Here is the full post.
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