Frankie Kiarie and Corazon Kwamboka confirmed the rumours that they were having a kid together last week in a long-ranging interview with Edgar Obare.
While many of their fans were fascinated and jazzed about the news it was clouded by news from Frankie’s ex that she considered herself a single mother.
Her comment painted Frankie as a deadbeat dad, comparable to East Africa’s poster child for iressponsiblity in Diamond Platnumz.
But unlike Diamond who rarely parleys with his women, the muscled Frankie isn’t one to be silent and came out swinging this past week.
And the man has receipts. The man spoke to his YouTube followers quashing all the allegations with solid facts, stating,
“Each week I send money for my children’s upkeep. I send sh6,000 and personally I spend like sh2,500. I pay sh150,000 for my son’s school fees per semester at Montessori. My mum helps me with a percentage of that.
“My children have always had two nannies until recently and I was paying both of them. My baby mama and I had an agreement on how we going to be splitting nannies salary, I pay a specific amount, and then she tops up and that’s what we’ve been doing for the past year.”
“I really don’t see where the part of the deadbeat dad comes in based on that explanation. yesterday (Saturday, June 11) I actually paid for online classes on zoom. I want to ask you guys to really think hard about what a deadbeat dad means because I take care of my kids at all times.”
The happy go lucky Frankie also clarified that he and Maureen had never gotten married but had been engaged. He also explained that they had tried going for counseling from their pastor to salvage to try and salvage their relationship but it didn’t work.
Frankie also explained that Maureen and his two son’s stay at the home his mother bequeathed him that is located in Westlands. “That’s where my children stay. personally I’m not a malicious person. Right now my goal is to create a conducive environment for my children to grow up in. The house is close to school and it makes it easier for me to visit them.”
Kenyans reacted to Frankie’s video with many applauding him for everything he has done for his children.