I’m not pregnant! Tanasha Donna goes off on fan who trolled the son
Tanasha Donna landed back in the country yesterday, Friday 18, at 3 pm.
Before taking a flight back to Kenya from Dubai, where she had a 6-day tour, Tanasha hosted a Live session on her Instagram with her fans.
During the session, she explained why she protects her son, Naseeb Junior, from unnecessary scrutiny on social media.
“NJ is doing amazing and it’s usually a choice for me not to show so much of him on socail media,” Tanasha said.
“Those who are Muslim understand the evil eye is real. I strongly believe there are people with evil eyes and tongues.
Any successful person, whether there are Muslim or Christian, whether they’re atheist, can tell you to move in silence, don’t tell anybody your next move whether they will believe it or not. I think that on its own is self-explanatory.”
She continued, “I like to protect my son from that so me not showing so much of him is a choice. Let me make this very clear anybody who tries to abuse my son, I will block you immediately, and I don’t care I have time.”
Tanasha sounded off a warning.
“Don’t come here and insult my son. You can insult him on the keyboard, but you can’t insult him in my face. Coward! Insulting an innocent child, and this is why exactly what I’m talking about. I don’t show him out because of social media trolls.
I’m grown; I don’t give a truck. There’s so much fake news out there about me. Honestly, I sometimes think I’m one of the most hated and one of the most loved people at the same time. Back then, I used to give a f*** but not anymore. When you know yourself, you shouldn’t care.”
She noted, “We have been through a lot I have been trolled and insulted, but we keep going keep moving regardless and we keep growing and glowing.”
One fan asked her if she was pregnant.
Tanasha evaded the question by asking another question.
“I’m not pregnant. My goodness. Do I look pregnant?”
Tanasha promised her fans an album come 2023 after her contractual issues elapse, and she is free to release music.
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