Esther Musila takes on netizen who dragged Guardian’s name to her 1991 #tbt
Businesswoman Esther Musila on Thursday shared a throwback photo of herself that was taken in 1991.
Donning an orange top and spotting a curly kit, Musila, who was around 21 years at the time, looked great and netizens took to the comment section to heap praises on her.
Many told her that she has maintained the good looks to date but one brought up the Guardian Angel topic, and Esther tackled her head on.
“Waah Guardian akizaliwa,” wrote the netizen, to which Esther swiftly responded, “nani anataka kujua.”
The comment was later deleted.
Ever since Esther, 52, and Guardian Angel, 32, tied the knot, a lot has been said about their union and some can’t seem to get over the fact that the two love each other and chose to do life together.
Barely a week after they got married, a netizen asked the couple about their plans to get children and this seemed to irk Esther who responded by asking, “Tunakuzalia ama?”
For the past few weeks, Esther has been sharing nuggets of wisdom around what makes women happy and reiterated that self-love is a key component in the path to contentment.
She added that women who stop self-pity and work on their esteem are often happy because they do not need any validation from society.
“The happiest women today are not the married ones. They're not the single ones. They're not the ones with stable careers and good incomes. The happiest women are the ones who made a choice to love themselves wholly and truly.
“They stopped playing victims. They stopped whining in self-pity and dining in pity parties. They moved past their anger, tears and bitterness. They realized that happiness is a personal choice and responsibility. They chose to be defined by their present, but not their bitter pasts,” she wrote.
Esther was once married but her husband died, leaving her with three children to take care of.
When they (Esther and Guardian) met three years ago, they never anticipated love blossoming between them.
In a previous interview, Musila said she was not looking for love or a relationship until a song sealed their fate.
She said she was driving to work and a song by an unknown singer was playing on the car radio and she could not shake it off. Intrigued, she got in touch with a radio presenter who told her the song was by a gospel artiste called Guardian Angel.
She met the man behind the song and as they say, the rest is history.
Semi-naked protester painted in Ukraine colors ejected from Cannes red carpet
Hit reality TV shows display African glitz and glamour
Kimani Mbugua: Being thrown in the limelight at 19 was a blessing and curse
Pendo: I am a changed person from what was portrayed on TV
Eight children later: Nick Cannon contemplating vasectomy
By Fay Ngina