I love my son – Jacque Maribe chooses peace over violence moments after bashing Eric Omondi

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 1 Nov, 2021 20:25 | 2 mins read
Former TV Citizen TV anchor Jacque Maribe. PHOTO/COURTESY

Former Citizen TV anchor Jacque Maribe has once again come out to state the drama between her and her baby daddy Eric Omondi.

This comes after she blasted the comedian for suggesting that he is a responsible father.

In a social media post, Maribe insinuated that it was hypocritical for Omondi to suggest that he was going to be responsible for a child he claimed that he was expecting with singer Miss P.

Jacque laughed at Omondi's statement noting that it was funny for him to claim that he was going to be responsible for another woman's child yet he was never been around for their seven-year-old son.

"Responsibility? @catewamaribe come I can't speak 😂😂😂 7 years of responsibility," she wrote.

Her statement elicited mixed reactions online with many asking her to give more details of her statement.

Responding to the request from the online users, Maribe said that she has opted to keep the dirty secret regarding the presence of The President of Africa in their son's life.

According to her, the most important thing was the love she has for her son, Zahari.

"I have an absolute love for this here son of mine, the fruit of my womb that I wanted. And I'm blessed to be custodian over him..." she said.

"Now, a lot of people have asked me to be quiet about what the real story on the ground is, I respect that."

The mother of one further noted that her focus at the moment is to raise her son to be a better person and she is loving the fact that she is a single mother doing everything by herself.

"I wouldn't air any dirty laundry. A lot of my real friends love him, and for us, he's such a charming person. My family adores him.

"So, all said and done, and you can read in between the lines if you want, I'm hopelessly in love with motherhood. And as a single mum doing everything on her own, my goal is to raise a brilliant person, as he already is," she said.