“Ni Wazuri” Lillian Muli Praises Her 2 Baby Daddies Months After Claiming They Were Deadbeat Dads

Renowned Citizen TV journalist Lillian Muli has publicly acknowledged her two baby daddies for their commitment to fatherhood.

The Prime Time news anchor took to her Instagram stories to express her appreciation for their dedication to their two sons. This recognition marks a significant shift from her previous statements where she had accused them of being “deadbeat” dads.

In her Instagram post, set against the backdrop of a Kamba song, Muli conveyed her gratitude for their active involvement in their children’s lives. She contrasted her experience with the unfortunate situations many other women face with fathers who neglect their parental duties.

It is noteworthy that just a year ago, Muli had publicly criticized her first baby daddy, Moses Kanene, and her second baby daddy, Jared Nevaton Ombogi, for allegedly failing to provide for their shared offspring. These accusations were made during an interview on the Kyallo Kulture reality show, where she also mentioned her decision not to take legal action against them for child support.

During that interview, Muli emphasized her stance on not pursuing legal action, stating, “I am not taking anybody to court for these things, by the way. I am like, if you want to sign a date with Karma, you do it.” Her sentiment was rooted in the belief that her baby daddies should willingly fulfill their responsibilities without the need for legal intervention. She suggested that if they were spending money on luxuries like champagne for “slay queens,” they should continue to do so, implying that it was their choice whether or not they provided for their children.

In light of her recent public praise for her baby daddies, Muli’s change in tone is significant. While the circumstances surrounding this change remain unclear, it is evident that she now commends them for their active involvement in their sons’ lives.

This shift in perspective highlights the complexity of co-parenting relationships and the potential for individuals to evolve and improve their parenting roles over time. Muli’s journey with her baby daddies, from accusations of being “deadbeat” to expressions of gratitude for their parenting efforts, serves as a valuable example of the dynamic nature of co-parenting relationships. It underscores the importance of open communication and cooperation between co-parents, reminding us that situations can change and individuals can grow and adapt in their roles as parents.