Muthoni Mukiri: Don't kill yourself to punish a spouse

Her comment comes a few days after a video went viral that showed DJ Brownskin's wife taking poison

• Media personality Muthoni Mukiri has broken her silence after the death of Dj Brownskin's wife who died of suicide.

Muthoni Mukiri.
Image: Instagram/Muthoni Mukiri.

Media personality Muthoni Mukiri has broken her silence after the death of Dj Brownskin's wife who died of suicide.

The story has been trending online as Kenyans debate about marriages and relationships gone wrong.

Through her Facebook page, the mother of one advised her followers to speak out in case there is trouble.

Muthoni further said that in most cases, after one takes away their lives, they are forgotten soon after that and the people who suffer the most are the kids and family members.

"For anyone thinking about taking their own life as a way of punishing your spouse. Please don’t. They will record you and put it on social media and pretend they miss you while they move on to the next with immediate effect. The only people you punish are your kids and your loved ones," she said.

Muthoni added:

"Your life is worthy and you are valuable and your relationship is not your entire life it’s just one aspect of your life. There’s more to you than that relationship/marriage."

Her message comes a few hours after Anerlisa also encouraged her fans not to ignore early red flags.

Anerlisa also opened up saying that in some of her relationships, there were warning signs that had cropped up as early as the first date.

"My plan was not to caption, but I just remembered a conversation I had yesterday with a friend who is going through a tough time. This is what I told her after I had lived in denial for the longest."

She continued her confession,

"Truth is, RED FLAGS are always visible in the first week, month, and if you want to stretch it, 6 months. The problem is you think they will change, they hardly do and if they do, they only change to please you but trust, when they get comfortable, the Red Flags will start showing again."

She chose to ignore this in her ex-partners

"*Don't ignore the Red Flags in the beginning and especially the alarming ones. Stay woke and save yourself early from wasting your time."

The Executive Water CEO said it was unbelievable, that she made a mistake by ignoring red flags indicating that she should not have gotten into the relationship in the first place.

Counselors, medics, and psychologists advise that you can always reach out for help when experiencing any mental health issues. Call Kenya Red Cross toll-free hotline, 1199 for support.

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