Former Machakos first lady Lilian Ng'ang'a has broken her silence and weighed in on the ongoing debate over comparison pictures of her husband, singer Juliani, and her ex, former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua.
According to Lilian, the discussion is nothing but a shallow story that does not deserve her attention.
"Just seen some shallow story that y'all trying to drag me into. Truly you don't get tired. Just continue. Let me proceed with my day with my little boy," she wrote.
Lilian's response comes after content creator Andrew Kibe lauded the former Governor for continuing to enjoy his life and maintain his looks despite their breakup while categorizing Juliani as a babysitter.
Opening up on her break up with Alfred in a previous interview with Nation, Lilian explained that they had no choice but to end their relationship following what she termed as unresolved issues.
"We have had issues over the years. There were inconsistencies from him, but when you do that, you forget some of the things you have said. Most of the time we resolved these issues. However, last year the issues could not be resolved after I called him out," she said.
Not long after breaking up with Alfred, Lilian moved on with Hip hop artiste Juliani whom she says has brought her nothing but joy.
The two love birds tied the knot at a private wedding sometime in February after months of courting.
Lilian celebrated the wedding day by sharing a photo with her bridal makeup done with the caption, "Happy and grateful to be alive to see my favourite #2 looking soooo aligned! ~ 2.2.22 ~."
In a recent interview, Juliani announced that he was now a father of two after they welcomed their baby boy.
"I have two kids, Amore and the second one. I got him just the other day, I got him with Lilian. People don't know this story because they don't need to know but now you know. So yes we got a baby, a boy. I'm now a proud father of a girl and a boy," he said.
According to Juliani, his admiration for his wife and other women became even more immense after witnessing his wife go through pregnancy and bring their baby into the world.
"The woman goes through so much. That experience before the nine months, after and how they get back to being themselves. Watching it from outside, it is a very heavy experience. It makes me think twice about how we treat and even talk to women. A man can't go through the same thing and come out okay. But at the same time they derive so much joy from it. As a father, you are just a spectator, but the whole experience, a mother goes through it more than the man," said Juliani.