Raphael has a girlfriend, Zari defends second born son
By Michael Nampala 08 Jan 2021 04:53 PM EAT
Zari's second born with late hubby Ivan Semwanga has been trending for the last 48 hours following his clip on Instagram in which he revealed his preference when it comes to relationships.
Raphael Ssemwanga, 15, took to Snapchat to say what he said, but now that he is below 18, his mom Zari Hassan took over that moment to rubbish whatever he said.
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Zari has refuted the allegations that her son is gay and she gives reasons behind the clip that is doing the rounds on the social media.
"It's been 3 years when girls have been on his case, including old women from Kenya and Tanzania...so he said that to put them off."
"He has a girlfriend and should it turn out to be what he says he is, because kids can be funny, he is my child and I will support him, but he is not gay."
"He said the things he said to take off the Swahili women, the Bongo ones, the Tanzanian ones who are on his case, " Zari who was furious in a live chat this morning roared out.
"He is just a teenager going through adolescence, but he is not gay, so strop trolling my son and by the way supposing he was, how does that affect your life span? Leave him to be, he is discovering himself."
It is 2021, we need to change, many of you are covered in your beds using free internet to access Instagram and troll my son, I am in my office working and off I will jump into my Bentley to drive home..." Zari concluded.
This was one of the comments on the issue.
"His sexuality does not matter. The concern is, him being a 15/16 year old boy going live on a public social platform discussing his sexuality when in actual sense he is still a minor. Today's parenting has serious issues because of technology. In a blink of an eye a child or anyone will get on a phone and start talking to millions of people. How do you deal with the aftermath? There is nothing private lately in today's society."