Kenyans on the internet have been left angered after the confirmation by Kabi Wa Jesus that he at one time Sired and fathered a child with his blood cousin.
According to the reports, the Gospel Artist and Youtuber had been accused of abandoning his child who he had Sired with one of the cousins. After the news broke out, the family immediately distanced itself from the Accusations with the Youtuber calling out her cousin for trying to bring her down.
However, after a DNA test was done on Baby Abby it has now been established that indeed Kabby is the biological father of the kid. The family has since issued a new statement accepting the results. The father has also promised to take responsibility and take care of the child.
The apology has however not stopped Kenyans from calling out the Youtuber. According to many Kenyans, it was wrong for him to sleep with his cousins in the first place.
Here are some of the reactions.
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