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Guys, guys, guys, don’t ever come at Joyce Omondi sideways.
If you must, please come correct.
Joyce Omondi schooled an insensitive fan who commented on her social media asking an inappropriate question.
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The fan, Quatera Edith, wrote,
“Nice one Joyce,,, when do we expect a baby?”
And Joyce without missing a beat responded,
“that’s none of your business. Plus find something more productive to do.”
In a past post, Joyce addressed this when she was congratulating singer Kambua on her pregnancy with her first child.
He makes ALL things beautiful in HIS time! So thrilled for @kambuamuziki! Congratulations mama 🤗🤗🤗 ! #ametendamema #MunguYuMwema.
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Kambua addressed these trolls saying that you should never ask someone that question because you don’t know what they are dealing with.
“I wish we would be more sensitive with one another. I pulled away from a group I really loved because they always talked about children.”
“All it takes is one move from God. Just one, and your story changes. They called me all sorts of things! Constantly reminded me that I didn’t have a seat at the table. Silenced me at every opportunity. But in the wait, and the longing, God looked at me and said I was worthy. He saw me as complete, lacking nothing. He reminded me that He is the God who changes times and seasons. And after all the noise, after the mockery and public shaming, Jehovah Himself arose! He wiped my tears and gave me a new name. I am a mother y’all! To the cutest little boy I have ever laid my eyes on. This covenant-keeping God is only getting started with me, and I am not running after miracles; I’m running after His hear
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Adding an encouraging word for waiting wombs – Women waiting to have children – Kambua narrated his own pain of being ridicules and how she dealt with it.
“I had been labelled a barren woman. I would wake up to a tweet like, ‘Utazaa lini’ I would post a photo and people’s comments would make me feel I am not worthy.”
‘I don’t know how God will do it. Maybe naturally as he did for me, maybe IVF like he’s done for others, maybe through the beautiful path of adoption, or perhaps surrogacy…” Kambua encouraged fellow women who are waiting for a little blessing.