K24 TV presenter Betty Kyallo’s younger sister Mercy Kyallo is breathing fire a day after NTV’s Ken Mijungu tried to soil her big sister’s name.
In a long facebook post, Mercy shamed Ken for forcing a thank you from Betty after he came through during her trying moment.
This comes after Betty didn’t include him and her baby daddy Dennis in her thanksgiving post.
“Ken, you cannot force a thank you, Maybe that is why the old Swahili Saying “ Tenda Wema nenda Zako” You wrote her a disrespectful message asking her why she hasn’t thanked Dennis & you in her post, really? Looks like you are still seriously “keeping up,” she wrote.
“How dare you CALL THE POLICE, Saying Betty has threatened you, TWO MEN.
after you wrote her such a disrespectful message. Wow”.
Mercy further exposed Denis as a deadbeat dad who had never seen his daughter’s face for years and only showed up when she fell ill.
“Dennis, you had not seen your daughter’s face in years. You left us at the ward before she could even regain her cognitive abilities never to be seen & heard from again. If you would like to talk about it, do it on your platform. Respectfully,” she wrote.
“But after that, you left, not a phone call or a message, yes you gave your contribution to our 9m+ ( yes correction 9m+) bill but never turned back to know if & how we left the hospital. We were in the hospital for 4months, you came around for 4 weeks then disappeared”.
Putting the records straight, Mercy reveal that Betty’s “Somali guy” was the one who took care of Betty and Denis’s daughter when her mother (Betty) was at work in the absence of biological father.
Furious Mercy also shamed NTV’s Ken Mijungu for using racist words on another Kenyan.
“Ken, the “Somali guy” took the baby to the hospital, made major decisions, while her mother was working. He was there daily, has continued to see her through her recovery in the absence of her biological father, I don’t know what you call father, that is a father to me,” she wrote.
“On behalf of my family, keep out of our business & shame on you for using such racist words on another Kenyan in this day & age. Its 2020!.”
Mercy went on to urge social media users to read her post before cyberbullying her sister.
“This is disappointing, I would urge for all intended purposes everyone attacking, bullying and with no substance coming at my sister Betty to first read and digest what it is that she has posted on her platform. The message that has been lost. That as we wrap up last year & reflect upon it, she chose to give thanks to God and appreciated her tests & accomplishments,”she urged.
Earlier, Betty had revealed that earlier this year, her daughter Ivanna had been diagnosed with a rare autoimmune disease which was marked by a sudden widespread attack of inflammation in the brain and spinal cord called ADEM (acute disseminated encephalomyelitis).