Kiss FM radio co-host Jalango has said it’s time he got kids as he does not want to be referred to their grandfather instead of their dad for being ‘old’.
Speaking during the morning Kiss while co-hosting with Chito Ndhlovu Jalas shared,
‘HAVE YOU SEEN DURING VISITING HOW SOME PARENTS ARE OLD, YOU EVEN WONDER KWANI WHY IS HE/SHE VISITED BY HER GRANDPARENTS.
I DO NOT WANT TO EMBARRASS MY KIDS.
I ALSO DON’T THINK MONEY SHOULD BE THE DETERMINANT WHEN IT COMES TO SIRING KIDS.’
His co-host Chito Ndhlovu was against the idea arguing that people should only sire kids when they are financially stable.
‘MANY PEOPLE ARE SIRING KIDS THEY CANNOT RAISE, DO YOU KNOW HOW MANY PEOPLE REACH OUT TO ME ASKING FOR HELP BECAUSE THEY CANNOT TAKE CARE OF THEIR KIDS?’
Jalango’s advise to him,
‘I AM VERY SURE YOU CAN BRING UP TWO KIDS SIMULTANEOUSLY SO STOP GIVING EXCUSES, ENDA PEA BIBI MIMBA.’
Below are some of the reactions from Kenyans on whether there is a right time to sire kids.
george.jorges: I have seen friends with nothing but the moment they get a kid wanaomoka.. Sijui tuwaite motivators ama? 😂😂😂Mungu huleta sahani yake 🙌🙌🙌
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binzchic44: Kids are never planned for… Most of the time… And what I know God is merciful…
You can never fail to get something to give that child. If you wait for financial stability to get kids, you will get one when you are 50-years old.
You will never grow/relate to them, they will always be wondering and some feel ashamed when their friends or schoolmates know who you are coz instead of being seen as their dad you will always be seen as their grandpa.
Why do men fear kids and responsibility these days? Do you think you growing younger or who do you think will take care of you when you grow old?