Media Personality King Kalala
King Kalala

During an appearance on television, King Kalala conducted a conversation in which she advised women who have children before they are prepared and then ask others for money.


The radio presenter shared her opinion, which is that she thinks a woman needs to be ready in all aspects of her life prior to having a kid, including financially, emotionally, cognitively, and physically.


She additionally stated that once she quit school, her father gave her a choice between paying the school fees or taking 3,000 Kenyan shillings and leaving the family. She chose the money.

She chose the money.

She additionally stated that once she quit school, her father gave her a choice between paying the school fees or taking 3,000 Kenyan shillings and leaving the family.


During a recent interview, radio personality King Kalala discussed her career as a content producer as well as the challenges she faced along the way.


The wise words of King Kalala to his female subjects

The media personality revealed this information during a discussion on "The Wicked Edition." She said that her father forced her to leave the house and handed her three thousand Kenyan shillings to get her life started.


She related how her father, an academician, insisted that she continue her education at JKUAT, but she decided to pursue another field of study since it was more interesting to her.


She also provided her opinion on the topic of single parenthood, and she issued a warning to women who have children before they are independently wealthy and eventually wind up being reliant on public assistance.


"Everybody knows how we get kids. You're not going to tell me you went to some guys and then drank juice and then kiasi kiasi you get children. You need to understand that if you have kids, it's a decision. Don't be having kids and then start saying, 'nitumie KSh 2,000' I'm not it. 


" Don't call me. Kids are like having a degree, ukidrop out itakusumbua, now if you have kids and you do not have the money, itakusumbua. I'm not those people, I believe in if you want to have kids, ensure that you're mentally, financially, emotionally and physically ready, don't just show up na ruracio tunavaa pink," she said.


"The other day, we sadly lost our fellow Kenyan. Nyinyi mshakimbia online kusema we are being discriminated. Hadi, we have captured the attention of media houses za majuu. Tunaambiwa Kenya sisi ni place fulani tuna'discriminate," she said.



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