• Lillian Ng'ang'a said she will also protect herself from social media until her son is old enough to understand things.
• Lillian Ng'ang'a said although she is immune to social media bullies, she is ready to take action when it comes to her son.
Juliani's wife Lillian Ng'ang'a will not entertain anyone who trolls her child online. Speaking to Mpasho's Elizabeth Ngigi, the mother of one said that although she is immune to social media bullies, she is ready to take action when it comes to her son.
She said she will also protect her from social media until he is old enough to understand things.
"I don't get bothered by trolls, but now that I have a child, people should not attack my child in any way," she said.
"You can attack me, you can attack the father, but my child has nothing to do with the emptiness in people's lives that they want to direct their anger, bitterness or maybe questions they have about my life and my decisions [to]."
Lilian and Juliani welcomed a son, Utheri (Light), two months ago. In naming her son, Lilian said they want their son to be the light of the world.
"We have not decided on giving him a second name. We are looking at different names since we have to give him a name that will fit on what we want them to be," she said.
"I never want any darkness in his life or anything he comes across."
Lillian said a recent backlash about her getting a child with her husband Juliani is a sign of how people don't respect others' decisions in life.
"Juliani has done so much before I met him, so why would you disregard the things he has done for more than 15 years to only one year after he met me?" she said.
"That shows how shallow-minded people are. It is unfortunate that my choice has made people want to focus on petty issues."
Lillian urged netizens not to give a blackout to what her husband had done in the entertainment industry to focus on her personal decisions.
"The hate will not stop him from doing whatever he has been doing for all the years. He is becoming better and showing who is as a creative and so on."