Risper Faith reveals why she hides her son’s face

She speaks.

Risper and her son (Instagram)

Towards the end of 2018, Risper faith announced to the world that she had welcomed a son.

“Latest mum in town. Welcome to the world baby R am blessed to have you as my son,” read her post.

Since she gave birth, fans have been asking for a photo of her son and in usual celeb fashion, Risper shared a photo of her son’s hand, which is a popular pattern among most celebrities who give us a shot of their children’s hands or back before they finally unveil the face.

However, it seems that Risper Faith is not unveiling her son soon to protect him from cruel people on the internet.

Commenting on a photo of Bahati, his wife and daughter, Risper wrote: “So cute I wish I had the confidence to post my son he looks like heaven.”

A fan then told her “We are your fans why don't you have confidence to post your prince. Be free to your child let us ur fans to see that cute prince.”

Risper then went on to explain why she can’t post her son’s face.

“The internet is a very cruel place,” wrote Risper

Diana Marua then advised that if she isn’t comfortable sharing pictures of her son she doesn’t have to. “@ladyrisper I understand dear, never feel the urge to... at the end of the day, your sanity and comfort is all that matters. Kisses to the Prince.”

Brenda Wairimu

Risper Faith is not the only celebrity who has misgivings about posting her child. Actress Brenda Wairimu doesn’t want to make her daughter’s face public in case she grows up to be a private person and wants a quiet life away from the publicity of her famous parents.

In an interview on ‘The Trend,’ Brenda said, “We are a very young family and we do not want to subject our family to scrutiny. I’m very protective of things I hold dear.”


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