• Maribe and Eric met at Radio Africa in 2012. He was working at Radio Jambo and Jacque was working at Kiss TV.
Jalang'o has vowed not to take sides on the Eric Omondi and Jacque Maribe beef that is currently ongoing.
Eric and Maribe have in the past few days been involved in an online fight over their 7-year-old son, Zahari.
"Eric posted and said whatever happened and said he decided to take responsibility. Hapo kwa responsibility Maribe akaingia and she's still my bestie. Now Sarah Kabu has also picked it up and said you make money from comedy and asked Eric to man up and take care of his kid."
"So I was there in a cold corner because I would have defended Eric and blamed Covid-19 but then I don't want to hurt this person and all."
Trouble started after Maribe called out Eric Omondi saying he was a deadbeat dad. She said although they talk he does not take care of their son.
Eric then responded by saying that he and Jacque had never been serious and had only had a one-night stand in the past.
"So we met at Radio Africa in 2012. I was working at Radio Jambo and Jacque was working at Kiss TV.
So one Random night after a Radio Africa Staff Party and after a few bottles of whiskey and wine glasses Jacque and I happened.
It was really a one-night thing because she was dating KTN's Sam Ogina at the time. We used protection!!!
After two Months Jacque tells me she's pregnant!!! I immediately ask her how since we used Protection???
She then tells me "It doesn't matter the mother always knows who the Father is and that I am the Father!!!"
"During the entire Pregnancy nothing happened and we barely saw each other.
Roughly 4 months after the baby was born Jacque called me and asked me if I would help or be part of the baby's life.
I asked her for a DNA test so that I could comfortably be part of the baby's life and SUPPORT fully. She got very offended and Refused my request.
For 7 seven years I have begged Jacque to allow us to have a DNA Test and she has continually refused!!!
I dont mind supporting the child but if you want me to be fully present and supportive, if you want me to be a father. Then we have to do the right thing!"
How do you think Eric and Maribe should have sorted out their differences?