On Wednesday, August 30, the sensational media personality addressed the debate that stemmed from a post she published on her Instagram page.
“I’m not pregnant, if I was trusting the whole world would know from day one, not that I need to explain that,” Kamene Goro stated.
Furthermore, the media personality addressed the issue of body shaming, saying that she loves her body and will not bow down to online pressure of the typical body she should have.
“I love my body with all its curves and edges, I owe nobody the kind of body you want or expect me to have, let’s just get that straight.
Babygirl is fine, living the life I’ve always wanted to live, so how about this morning you start working towards living the kind of life you want to live and stop living with that hate in you,” the media personality expressed.
To those trolling her, Kamene had this to say; “To everyone who watches my life and gossips about it. Don’t give up. Season 2 is about to come out,”
Moreover, the controversial media bigwig termed the comments on her post as hateful.
“So, I woke up this Morning to a whole bunch of hateful, ignorant comments on my last post, and I’m floored and amused.
I will never understand how it is ones first instinct to be hateful or mean and the crazy assumptions some of you want to place on my life. It shocks and amuses me,” Kamene Goro expressed.
A photo of her wearing a swimwear, under the water got Kenyans on social media got Kenyans talking with others already congratulating her.
“Enjoying your food in peace just like Wahu,” Golden wrote.
“Enjoy your food, I see you are well satisfied,” Hashim commented.
Kamene Goro take on having children
Kamene Goro once said that she was not interested in having children, as she considered kids a burden and at the time she was up for the task of childbearing and the sacrifices that come with it.
“Kids are not in my plan. It is tedious and there are a lot of sacrifices, and it is one I probably don’t want to make. Plus, they are expensive, think of school fees, health care and more,” she said.
“I don’t want a little version of me. What will I do with a little version of me?” Kamene Goro said.
According to Kamene, the pregnancy journey is limiting and a lot more time-consuming not to her liking.
“This whole nine-month thing looks like a lot of time, what I have heard about pregnancies is very scary. There’s giving birth, it’s not an easy thing. I want to have full liberty over my life. I want to wake up and say, I want to go to Zanzibar,” Kamene Goro said.
Kamene is the wife of DJ Bonez. The two tied the knot at a private wedding.