Lillian Muli savagely insults man who attacked her after she raise boyfriend issue in an interview with KCPE top performer

November 23, 2017 at 07:35
Lillian Muli savagely insults man who attacked her after she raise boyfriend issue in an interview with KCPE top performer

Kenyans were angered by the question Lillian Muli asked during an interview with 2017 KCPE top performer Goldalyn Kakuya.

For starters, Goldalyn Kakuya scored the highest marks in 2017 Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE). The 14-year-old who is proudly living with albinism scored 455 out of the possible 500 marks.

Goldalyn was a pupil at St. Anne’s Junior School in Lubao, Kakamega. The top performer was interviewed on Citizen TV together with her mother and father.

Goldalyn Kakuya and Lillian Muli

Have you ever encountered boyfriend  drama

Lillian Muli asked Goldalyn’s mother whether she had ever encountered  boyfriend drama with her daughter. This questions angered most Kenyans.

“She is a 14-year-old so have you ever encountered boyfriend drama, typical 14-year-old issues, any from her, has she been a relatively easy child to raise?” Lillia Muli asked.

Kenyans on social media expressed their disgust by Lillian’s questions. Online trolls quickly attacked the Citizen TV anchor on social media after the interview.

“Lillian Muli (a typical Kenyan journalist) invites a class eight kid who topped in National examinations for an interview to ask her if she has a boyfriend. Because to bitches like Muli a girl/woman can’t be on top unless she’s on top of a man in bed. To Muli and co, vagina is superior to brain,” wrote Cyprian Nyakundi on Facebook.

I refuse to let people insult me

Lillian hit back at critics who were trolling her over the question she asked. She singled out one detractor and savagely attacked him on Instagram.

“I refuse to let people like these insult and get away with it! Why are people so angry though how do you draw a child into such stupid talk! To you Mr Blue suit Watch the interview on Youtube preferably when sober since you are clearly kinda inebriated (google that word lest you think it’s the name of a country).

“I asked her mother about phones and then asked her if she’s had any issues raising a teenager such as boyfriend drama. Did I at any point direct a boyfriend question to her! Unless you grew up in some hole in a pit latrine most 14 years olds have crushes at this age it’s part of growing up!

“But then again call me that name you posted to my face and let’s square it out man to woman since you choose to hide behind your private account. Kazi yako ni kuchungulia tu to see what I’m up to lately! Men with cheap blue suits lol did you wash and iron your suit instead of drycleaning it bro?! Don’t be mad at me it ain’t my fault someone hurt you,” Lillian ranted.

You are vexed coz you got an E in KCPE

She went on to take a photo of her tormentor who got on her nerves. Lillian sarcastically says she posted his photo on her timeline because the man wants to be famous.

“This “dad” calls people assholes! Cheers to your 2 seconds of fame instead of dissing people raise your child to excel in life. Ama you are vexed coz you got an E in kcpe? Shame on you! Perfectionist dad my foot! Look at you with your silly blue suit lol.

“Is you a sissy or nah! yes I said it! Don’t post your poop here. I won’t even block you Clearly you are just a stalker 👀 Keep watching bro there’s plenty more to come. Look at your silly self right now talking nonsense here…let me hold my peace but I’ve said it before say anything you want about me but Never insult me!

“Long post right! My mama always tells me “watu wengine wivu itawamaliza” positive or negative means you are paying attention to what I’m doing and I’m so glad I caught your attention😊 this post will stay here you wanted fame! Have it.”

Comments

  1. I see nothing wrong with wat lilian did….aziin that qwery….
    Thar is as per me😌😌

  2. What was wrong with the question?
    Kenyans……

  3. I see nothing about asking that!!!!!even if she has a boyfriend so what????wivu utawamaliza

  4. Those opposed to Lillian Muli’s question, kindly note, she does not carry around your brains to think like you do. She has her own mind and she saw it fit to ask all you ‘holier than thou’ think is unworthy of a 14 year old girl.

  5. Lol i knew this would erupt Kenyans are stressed people indeed

  6. HEHEHEHE miss Muli has become the enemy of the public now

  7. Matusi kabambe. Poleni. I wish all of us had a blessed brain like the for this kid that passed highly. Wah! 455 marks has brought issues. The pupil and her parents are celebrating but you mnatusiana! Poleni. So even good things bring chaos? Poleni

  8. Some pole are better ignored Lilian keep up the gud work my sister my kids loves u xo much

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  10. Hii si kitu ya matusi, nowadays we are teaching even the class 4and5 about this things. So that’s not a big deal

  11. Big up Muli …people should watch their words *Mr Rights’ huh

  12. I don’t see any problem with the question Lilian asked. Lilian, you are doing a good job and keep it up

  13. in appropriate question indeed thnk was unecesarly dirct and crude. yes it is anaging issue, how the mom natured her to steer clear of such pitfals and snares into an acardemic model would have been fair.

  14. Big up Lilian tha guy is just seeking attention

  15. Big up lilian the nut is just seeking public attention.

  16. Andika insha ya maneno 3000 na zaidi ukiangazia mpenzio

  17. Liliani u r da best,achana na masaitura..

  18. Liliani u r da best, achana na masaitura wapinge kelele.

  19. Ntg wrong there.hii ni generation tofauti.they already know everytg at 9yrs by 14 chapter closed.

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  21. I won’t in any way support what Muli asked in a national TV. We’re supposed to form morals in our society and some questions whether to parents or not concerning sexual issues shouldn’t be raised in a place with mixed listeners coming from different age groups, nationalities, religion, etc. Some individuals have made themselves celebrities immorality. Though she might think she’s famous, she is so only to people whose morals are degraded.

  22. yeah jojo. even good things brings chaos. dont you see the way we are experiencing chaos in this country because of the goodness of Hon. Raila Amolo Odinga Tinga Wod Nyalego?? so that one is normal in Kenya. what you need to do Lillian,is to ignore and move foward with your good work.

  23. absolutely nothing wrong with what lilian asked….this guy should just get a life!! And anyone who has brought up teenagers will understand what was asked

  24. I support Lilian Muli 100%. There was nothing wrong with the question of a boyfriend since it came out so natural in the midst of her excitement. From a psychologist point of view, we need to talk more about the issues as they are and i guess this also helps other parents with the perceptions they have about the adolescence girls and boyfriends. (Early sex among adolescence is real though on the other flip of the matter) However the question should have been put as open ended so that its the girl who brings out the the issues as to whether she has a boyfriend or not, all in all the mother responded gracefully and jovially to the matter. (she even cracked a joke out of it)

    John sean, understand people are not perfect. I wish you had corrected Lilian on the issue instead of attacking her. This shows may also be seen as hostility against Women as a whole and it thwarts what was meant for good, it tilts an interview that was meant well. Personally i think Lilian did so well in the interview and she was happy and excited for Goldy.

    Kindly John, next time think about the child before you attack the adult. I am sure the girl in question is not happy with how you have responded to an interview that was meant to celebrate her.. In order to give genuine feedback, try to bring out the good bit of the talk then talk about the bit that appeared off. That way you are engaging in a transformative communication and no one gets hurt. On your behalf and on behalf of other Kenyans who are fast to lash and judge, I send my apologies to Lilian Muli.PEACE!

  25. Lilian please dont agree to be drawn down by a man,,,you were a woman of power,,,dont agree that man to ruin you…….you really admired me that day and you asked the right question as a parent can ask…dont worry about that guy……

  26. Surely Kenyans what’s wrong with that query.if its a no then she was to be used by lily as a good example to upcoming candidates..pelekeni mafeelings huko shenji…

  27. i support Lilian 100% to ask the parents that question, its time somebody asked!it is good to accept Girls are growing and those things happen boyfriend girlfriend manenos.stand out dont give in Lilian kuna vampire wengi huku wanataka kukunywa damu ama wakumalize you work well and sky is the limit for you Gal !!!

  28. profesimalism is an acquired virtue tht must munifest itself especialy in the way
    react in the face of critism,personal and even strong views. Canversing look like unproportional responces back into the mainstream line of reasoning without loosing ur head exhibits prophesionalism without saying.”Alost oportunity perhaps”

  29. Lilian..I support you 100%…continue with the good work…kudos!!!

  30. hahahaha i pitty that man..cheap blue suit..zile za kshs 2999 ama

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