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Juliani responds to trolls on having a struggling career

Trolls had described Juliani as a struggling rapper

Rapper Juliani

Award-winning Kenyan rapper Juliani has broken his silence after a number of online users labelled him as a struggling rapper.

The rapper and his wife Lilian Ng'ang'a have been on the radar of some Twitter users who trolled Ng’ang’a for leaving former Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua for the rapper.

The troll posts began after Dr Mutua shared a picture of himself in New York City where he was attending the United Nations General Assembly.

After sharing the photo, a section of Twitter users hit at Lilian Ng'ang'a for leaving what they termed as a successful man for a broke rapper.

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Juliani, in a sarcastic response to the trolls, shared details of how anyone who wished to fund the next diaperrun for his son could do so.

In a disclaimer that followed Juliani's tweet, he confirmed that it was all in jest asking his fans to ignore the narrative because it is untrue.

“Please treat this message with contempt like the rest that keeps coming your way. Never believe what's online..” Juliani wrote on his Twitter page.

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Juliani’s wife Lilian Ng’ang’a, in a response to the trolls, said she was aware of the narrative online users were looking to create and was not going to fall for it.

"Just seen some shallow story that y'all trying to drag me into. Kweli hamchoki endeleeni tu, let me proceed with my day with my little boy," Ng’ang’a wrote on her Instagram stories.

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The couple welcomed their first child together in August.

Reacting to the story, model and actress Notiflow said she was cautious about getting children urging those with intentions to be properly prepared.

"Wueeh niskie mtu akiniambia you need to get a kid, allow me to enjoy myself. Never rush if youre not ready and by ready I mean mentally and financially," she wrote on her Instagram stories.

Notiflow however said she was willing to help if the parents were stuck financially.

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