Two years down! Rev Kathy Kiuna’s son Jeremy talks about his relationship with ex-Machachari actress

By , K24 Digital
On Mon, 16 Aug, 2021 21:55 | 2 mins read
2 years down! Rev Kathy Kiuna's son Jeremy talks about his relationship with ex-Machachari actress. PHOTO/INSTAGRAM

Jeremy Kiuna,21, and his girlfriend Joy Ohon,17, recently celebrated two years of blissful love together.

Jeremy who is Rev. Kathy Kiuna’s lastborn child and only son opened up about their relationship with the former Machachari actress where he poured out his heart saying he cannot wait to marry her.

“I love you more than you can understand. Thank you for making me a better man every day. I cannot wait to finally put a ring on it. But for now, happy two years my love,” he posted on social media.

His relationship with Joy first came up early this year with fans speculating after shared photos emerged.

On his 21st birthday on July 22, Jeremy took to social media and in an Instagram post, he thanked Joy,17, alongside his parents for making it a success.

In the caption, he wrote;

“Cook up like I’m Walter. Should have been on breaking bad. Thank you to everyone who made my birthday special and for the birthday wishes. I am officially 21. To my parents and Joy, you guys are the best gifts God has given me and to all friends ad family, I love you all. Thank you!”

Joy who is also a daughter to gospel artist Rosy Ohon has maintained a low profile after exit from the local kid’s series.

Jeremy and his parents have always been open about his condition which left him abled differently.

His mum revealed he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at the age of three one that interfered with his ability to walk.

At the age of 14, he moved to the US and switched between different states until he cleared school.

The 21-year-old is also an aspiring rapper and a recording artist with his first song dubbed ‘Alright’ where he raps about his life and its struggles.

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