Media personality Shaffie Weru is officially a father of four after adopting a little girl. The Raverend already has two biological girls Milan and Nia from his baby mamas Debbie and Jada Joan. He also has a son named Tyron Jabali who he adopted when he started dating Jada.
Exclusive: Shaffie Weru opens up about adopting a baby girl
He is now a father of four.
Speaking exclusively to Pulse Live, Shaffie said, “I now have four kids. I have two adopted kids and two of my own. I adopted a girl recently so I have one adopted son and one adopted girl.”
The Switch TV presenter revealed that he comes from a big family and loves kids so adding another child to his brood came naturally. “I am a fatherly person. I came from a big family. Four is a good number,” he said.
Shaffie also disclosed that he is open to having more kids if his finances allow.
“You never know (I might get more). When it was at three I was comfortable. It depends on the blessings and the chums as they come in because every kid comes with their own problems and budget.”
“What’s the best part about being a dad?” we sought to find out.
“Seeing my kids grow, every birthday is a milestone to me and that is why I always make sure it’s a big deal. That’s why I always celebrate their birthdays. You know majority of people decide to celebrate certain milestones like 5 years, 10 years or 15 years me every trip around the sun is very important to me,” he divulged.
Shaffie Weru adopts a son
In an exclusive interview with Pulse Live Kenya in 2018 disclosed that he had adopted a son who at that time had just turned 10 years old.
“I have two girls that is Milan who is 13 and Nia is 4 and then I have a boy who I have adopted he’s called Tyron Jabali. He just turned 10 the other day,” he said.
Shaffie added that when he met Jada his daughter Nia’s mother, she already had Jabali.
“When Mama Nia and I met, she already had another child and that is the boy na ukichukua ng’ombe lazima uchukue na mkia,” said the popular Kiss 100 presenter.
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