'We don’t always get what we want,' YouTuber Yummy Mummy responds to fan who asked for Zack
By EastAfricaBuzz | self meida writer
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Kenyan Tv host Joan Munyi better known as Yummy Mummy on YouTube, is tired of fans asking about her marriage. This morning, she shared a photo of herself on her Instagram with a cheeky caption.
‘I’m your valentines gift. You’re welcome.’ She wrote.
A fan replied to her post demanding to see her with her husband, Zack. She wrote. ‘We want to see you with Zack.’
Joan did not ignore this comment. She responded to it sarcastically, saying that she also needs five million dollars. But people do not always get what they want.
She wrote. ‘And me I want 5 million dollars. We don’t always get what we want.' There has been a lot of speculation that the curvy beauty and her husband are not on good terms. However, every time a fan asks or comments on her marriage, she never ignores it. She always replies. When the rumors started, Joan asked fans through Instagram whether they genuinely cared about her or information for gossip.
'I am sick of all these questions about Zach and y marriage. Are you asking because you genuinely care, or you just want tea? Examine your heart and your intentions.' She wrote. Happy month of love! Show us, love, by following this blog for daily and consistent entertainment and celebrity news in the region.
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