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Samidoh’s cousin, Bernice Saroni, advises dramatic baby mamas


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US-based Kenyan music promoter Bernice Saroni has advised mothers to maintain a drama-free relationship with their children’s fathers.

In a TikTok video, Saroni stressed the importance of maternal duties, stating, ‘When a mother fulfils her responsibilities, her child will always love her forever.’

She further emphasized the significance of allowing fathers to play an active role if they express a desire to do so.

“There are so many women who wish their baby daddies were responsible and involved in their children’s lives,” Saroni noted.

She said, “Since your ex-partner wants to meet his child(ren), you start drama-fighting him for moving on and dating someone else. There is a difference between being together and splitting. If it is the latter, stop wanting to know what he is doing or whom he is dating.”

Urging mothers to focus on their path, she added, “You do not have to insult the other woman. You call him, and he does not pick up. It does not have to be a case. It is not a must he picks up your call. He could be busy or in with his lover.”

Also, Saroni pointed out that using derogatory language or pressing the child for information about their father only brings more pain to yourself.

“He is your ex but still the father of your child. He may not love you anymore, but he loves his child. May not be a good husband or partner, but is a great dad. Learn to differentiate between the two things. Fighting the child not to be with the father will not make you two reunite,” she said.

Arguably, over the recent past, male celebrities have suggested that their baby mamas are stumbling blocks in their relationship with their children. As some of these situations become embroiled in legal disputes, these celebrities often vent their frustrations on social media.


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