A few days ago, a story surfaced online of a lady identified Carol Nduta accusing DJ Mo of neglecting twin daughters she claims he fathered.
DJ MO’s reaction after photo of twins who resemble his daughter went viral
DJ Mo speaks out
The woman in question, shared a photo of her twins, who apparently are a complete look-alike of deejay Mo’s daughter Ladasha Belle saying “Ata kaa tulitengwa tusha grow through God Grace”.
Following the wide spread of the photo, the Crossover 101 DJ has come out to clear the air, stating that he will not be brought down with any fabricated story.
DJ Mo's take
“You cannot bring this man down , especially with fake stories- try harder coz saa hii #sijajua mengi because ujue simba akiamka ....::::... story for another day ... I keep saying Dj Mo is God’s project . Enjoy your day watu wangu . #topadetopdj,” shared DJ Mo.
The photo had elicited mixed reactions among his fans with a section pointing fingers at him while others quashed the striking resemblances as just a mere coincidence.
Study shows that there are supposedly seven people in the world that look exactly like you and the case of Ladasha Bella’s look-alike twins might be part of this numbers (Seven People).
Just the other day, City pastor Robert Burale linked up with his look-alike “brother” from Jamaica. From their physique to their sense of style, Burale and Male Fashion Geek (Instagram name) can easily pass as twins. Mr Geek (Instagram name) was born in Jamaica, but currently lives in the US.
“With my brother @malefashiongeek ..The Lord is gracious. We met on Instagram then the good Lord orchestrated this meeting. Either he is Kenyan or I am Jamaican. WAGWAAAAAN . @izzynephyedge & @richblackafricathank you for the merchandise. Well received. We first,” wrote Burale.
Comedian Eric Omondi also confused a section of his fans after going public with Hamisa Mobetto’s look-alike. Many concluded that Omondi was hanging out with Ms Mobetto until he was forced to clarify that the lady in question is Assumpta Waeni (Kenyan).
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