Netizens Sarcastically Drag Professor Hamo-Jemutai's Drama To Comedienne Zeddy's Post

Whizerwriter

Famous Churchill Show comedienne Zeddy was recently thrown in the mix of the drama of fellow comedians Professor Hamo and Jemutai by netizens, after she flaunted her son online.

Photo; Zeddy.

The beauty queen has for sometime now been known as a private person who loves to keep her family away from the limelight, but she recently took online to give netizens a sneak peek of one of her 3 children.

Taking to her Facebook account the mother of three posted photos of her and her second-born son, and accompanied it with a caption seemingly to reopen the ghosts of the infamous 'Kiberiti' (matchstick) story.

She said "Hii ni bidii yangu msilete story za kibiriti 💃".

The post however quickly elicited reactions from netizens who sarcastically dragged her in Professor Hamo and Jemutai's deadbeat allegations drama.

They sarcastically used Jemutai's rejoinder to professor Hamo's early morning post, of clearing the air and denying the deadbeat dad claims saying that he always provides for his children.

A collage of Professor Hamo and Jemutai.

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In part of her long message she had accused the Hot 96 FM presenter of not bringing any tangible food for her and their two children to eat.

In her message Jemutai fired at Hamo saying;-

" The man shows up bila ata maziwa the only time he came with something was when alileta only 2 Oreos."

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Here are some of the reactions from netizens and how they dragged her to the drama.

However with regards to Zeddy's Post she also sarcastically weighed in on the 'Kiberiti' discussion, that had been on the lips of many for the better part of the end of April.

The topic was brought about after a WhatsApp conversation of a woman wanting to cheat on her husband went viral, and in the chat she said that she would use a matchstick to make the baby resemble her incase she got pregnant for the 'other man'.

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The chat quickly elicited speculations online over how one could alter the DNA of a zygote, and many offered unconfirmed explanations to the story.

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