Kenyan Lawyer Sparks Debate After Claiming People Co-Parenting Still Engage in Twa Twa
- Renowned attorney Fanny Kvega said people who are co-parents are still handling bedroom cases, kicking off a heated debate online
- According to the lawyer, people who meet or intend to meet with anyone who is a joint parenting should first realize the common claim
- Some social media users have agreed with her and given examples of people they know while others said that only people without morality do it
Well-known Kenyan lawyer Fanny Kvega sparked a heated debate on social media after saying people who raise children together from time to time sleep together.
Kenyan lawyer advises lovers
Kwega shared her tweet, which sparked mixed reactions after she advised people to date everyone who is a co-parenting to know that there will always be twa twa in a relationship.
“Coparenting will include coitus here and there. The faster and faster you realize it, the better for all parties, including the third and fifth parties.”
While some people have succeeded draw A clear line between themselves and the other father of their child, some occasionally accused of having a permanent type of relationship with their dad or mom.
Reactions of network users
Here are some comments from social media users:
“That's what I refused, Mom.”
“Using children as trustees, no?”
“It's about moms/daddies who don't have morals.”
“That's somehow true. It's all about morality, and if the parties involved have other partners who know what's going on.”
“Yes, I know a couple who broke up and now they're expecting another baby.”
“Well mwenie kisima hapangi foleni.”
“Another reason not to start with 1-0, 2-0, etc. all these daddies will want to share.”