Famous Kenyan Musician and Radio Presenter has rubbished off rumours and claims that she used a surrogate mother for the birth of her second child and she also hinted about her having a 3rd child.
Vybez Radio Host Nazizi Hirji gave birth to her son on July 2020 when the pandemic had hit the country and she said it was easy to hide the baby bump because there were no social events.
Nazizi has never shared her photos online when she was pregnant because she has always kept her life off social media. This made Netizens to ask her if she used a surrogate mother for her baby.
Nazizi responded by saying that she didnot use a surrogate mother but she's considering on baby number three because they were health issues on baby number 1 and 2.
She has never posted her baby bumps photos on social media when she was pregnant with her first son. The bump started showing in 7months.
Netizens reacted by saying whether it's a surrogate or she gave birth to her baby, it doesn't change anything. Here are some of the mixed reactions from Netizens.
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