Controversial gospel artiste Bahati and Yvette Obura’s daughter Mueni is all grown.

The two are co-parenting and just like any other mother, Yvette is afraid her daughter will go through a lot as she grows up.

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Yvette Obura and daughter Mueni

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In her latest letter to Mueni, Yvette tells her what to expect in the future, that includes how to deal with cyberbullying, which is the order of the day on social media.

One day you’ll be old enough to understand how the world works,

You’ll understand the meaning of smiling to the world when your world is crumbling,
You’ll understand that you don’t need to give explanations,
You’ll understand to live according to your own terms,
You’ll understand that you’ll never be Beautiful in every eyes,
You’ll understand how to go through bullying and not defend yourself,
You’ll understand that growing up is a big scam,
You’ll understand to sit in a corner and sob,
You’ll understand to go to bed and wake up with swollen eyes, it’s part of growing up,
You’ll understand it’s okay not to be okay,
You’ll understand even in your silence, you will still be castigated. But in all these mama, live your purpose. Be ugly, fat, thin, disabled but never forget to appreciate God for HIS doing. It’s a cruel world out here mama, people learnt to spread hate more than love without them thinking about other people’s emotions but it will always be you against the world. Your life is out there as you grow up be ready for everything that will be thrown at you, they’re already calling you ugly but in my eyes you’re the most beautiful person. 😊Be like mummy a weak woman with a strong GOD.
I love you mama @mueni_bahati.

Yvette Obura

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The four-year-old has amassed thousands of followers on social media just like her step-siblings Heaven and Majesty Bahati.

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