Fans blast Wajesus family for allegedly neglecting son while they ‘jet-set around the world’

By , K24 Digital
On Tue, 26 Oct, 2021 18:03 | 2 mins read
Content creators Milly wa Jesus and Kabi wa Jesus and their son Taji during his 2nd birthday. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

With stops in Dubai, Turkey and across the country, the ‘Wa-Jesus family’ has been living the jet-set lifestyle leaving behind their son-Taji in the care of their employees and family members and fans are seemingly objecting.

Over the last couple of weeks, the two have been on a supposed business trip to Dubai shipping goods for their business leaving behind their two-year-old boy.

On Monday, ‘Instafam’ were quick to criticize the parents’ decision and now claim that Kabi and Milly are on parental neglect.

Efforts by K24-Digital to reach the couple for comment were futile by the time the article was being published.

But really, are Kabi and Milly being neglectful parents or just popular career-focused people with a lot of hired help to take care of their responsibilities?

Here are some divided reactions sampled by K24 Digital;

@Amsashamalkia “Taji huwa ana vomit akibebwa na ndege.”

@Malishirley “I once asked a friend about the same. You can’t just be in the house and take your kid to your parents for a week, often, in the name of ‘tumechoka'”

@Bijboss “Please let them live their lives. My opinion. The child should stay home.”

@Joycemwendo “Hapo kuna kaukweli.”

@Leahwan “I thought that was the norm with the current generation, kids are for nannies and grandparents.”

@Emmaharthouse “The funniest thing I’ve read so far today.. Kwani what’s wrong with people?”

This comes even as the couple adjust to co-parenting with their ‘cousin’ after Kabi confessed to siring a kid who was only introduced by name as Abby.

Kabi noted that after a DNA test results confirming that he was the father, he was ready to discharge his parental responsibility fully and promised to engage the mother of the child, who is believed to be his cousin, and only identified as Shiko, on the way forward.

“I wish to confirm that yesterday, paternity results were issued that confirmed that I am the biological father of the child. The results confirm that, in 2013 (which was before I got born again and married), I sired Abby,” he said in the statement.

“It is a relief as we can now chat the way forward together with the mother for the welfare of our child. I am immediately reaching out to her so that we can discuss and agree on her future,” he noted.

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