Clout chasing? Blogger Edgar Obare claims Miss P, Eric Omondi pregnancy is fake

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 1 Nov, 2021 21:40 | < 1 min read
Upcoming artist Miss P and comedian Eric Omondi. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM


Comedian Eric Omondi might have been successful with his publicity stunts in the past but this time around, it was an epic failure.

Barely hours after serenading his 'mom to be baby mama in waiting' Miss P promising her of his full support and responsibility, blogger Edgar Obare laid it all bare with receipts that indeed Miss P was faking the pregnancy.

Omondi's word of his impending good fortune with the upcoming singer spread on social media soon after he posted their photo resting his hands on the bump.

The father of one would later explain that Miss P was five months pregnant attracting netizens' reactions and an eventual response from his first baby mama Jacque Maribe.

“I met this beautiful woman five months ago in an event I was hosting. Whatever happened, happened and I promised her I would take every responsibility,” the comedian said adding that children are a blessing from God. 

In her response, ex-TV girl Jacque Maribe wrote: “Responsibility? @catewamaribe come I can’t speak 7 years of responsibility.”

While the 20-year-old looked pregnant and the abdomen was expanded appropriately, a video shared by the blogger shows a hint of the alleged process she went through for the stunt.

Miss P is seen laying down with a ton of makeup being applied to her belly.

A white material resembling cotton wool was attached to the belly to form the bump.

Internet personalities often pull publicity stunts online in an effort to maintain relevance.

The entertainment industry and its associates seemingly thrive over the controversy and are down to do whatever it takes for clout chasing.

This is mainly to trigger engagement metrics before releasing a new project and more likely reusing it to inflate these engagements afterwards.