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Carol Sonnie fires back at Mulamwah's baby daddy claims on TikTok challenge

 Carrol Sonie and Mulamwah. 

Responding to Mulamwah's viral TikTok challenge, Carrol Sonie took to YouTube to address the comedian's portrayal of their co-parenting challenges.

She candidly acknowledged the label of being a "toxic baby mama," referencing Mulamwah's complaints without directly naming him.

"Of course I'm a toxic baby mama," she said, admitting to blocking Mulamwah even when he attempts to contact her using a fake account.

"Ex akinitext na pseudo account ati ana nimiss, hata hiyo nablock," she revealed, illustrating her firm stance on limiting communication.

Sonie humorously tackled Mulamwah's dramatic narrative, including his claim that their daughter was told her father had died.

"Am a toxic baby mama, niliambia my daughter her dad aligongwa na train akiwa kazi ya reli," she joked, highlighting the situation's absurdity.

Mulamwah's original TikTok video, set in a tree plantation, served as a platform for the comedian to share his personal grievances about being a baby daddy in Kenya.

He opened up about the societal judgment he faces, feeling misunderstood and unfairly targeted.

"Everybody thinks I am the problem... all baby mamas hate me," Mulamwah expressed, detailing the isolation he feels from being blocked and only able to see his child online.

"I am a baby daddy in Kenya, the child was told I died last year," he shared, echoing the extreme measures taken to sever his relationship with his child.

The comedian's frustration was palpable as he navigated the complexities of his role.

"When I thrive, you say I am making my ex suffer... I am just living my life. So should I not marry?" Mulamwah questioned, voicing his exasperation at the criticism he faces for moving forward with his life while still being committed to his child.

"I am a baby daddy in Kenya, and I have been blocked," he reiterated, underlining the communication barriers erected by Sonie.


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