Citizen TV’s Lillian Muli has taken a fiery stand against cyberbullying amid the recent controversy over a question posed to KCPE’s top candidate.

The TV presenter filled in for Jeff Koinange, who is enjoying himself in Austria, on the popular talk show ‘JKL’ on Wednesday night. Her guest was Goldalyn Kakuya who emerged top in this year’s KCPE examinations.

Following the interview, Lillian Muli, who is often picked up on by the unforgiving cyberbullies, was accused of asking an inappropriate question regarding Goldalyn’s boyfriend.

One of the cyberbullies appeared to irk Lillian Muli the most that she took to social media to fire back. The internet user called the tv presenter an unprintable name and Lillian Muli was kind enough to reciprocate.

She wrote:

“I refuse to let people like these insult and get away with it! Why are people so angry though how do you draw a child into such stupid talk! To you Mr Blue suit Watch the interview on Youtube preferably when sober since you are clearly kinda inebriated (google that word lest you think it’s the name of a country). I asked her mother about phones and then asked her if she’s had any issues raising a teenager such as boyfriend drama. Did I at any point direct a boyfriend question to her! Unless you grew up in some hole in a pit latrine most 14 years olds have crushes at this age it’s part of growing up! But then again call me that name you posted to my face and let’s square it out man to woman since you choose to hide behind your private account. Kazi yako ni kuchungulia tu to see what I’m up to lately! Men with cheap blue suits lol did you wash and iron your suit instead of drycleaning it bruh?! Don’t be mad at me it ain’t my fault someone hurt you. #saynotocyberbullying#saynotokeyboardwarriors#enoughisenough.”

I refuse to let people like these insult and get away with it! Why are people so angry though how do you draw a child into such stupid talk! To you Mr Blue suit Watch the interview on Youtube preferably when sober since you are clearly kinda inebriated (google that word lest you think it’s the name of a country). I asked her mother about phones and then asked her if she’s had any issues raising a teenager such as boyfriend drama. Did I at any point direct a boyfriend question to her! Unless you grew up in some hole in a pit latrine most 14 years olds have crushes at this age it’s part of growing up! But then again call me that name you posted to my face and let’s square it out man to woman since you choose to hide behind your private account. Kazi yako ni kuchungulia tu to see what I’m up to lately! Men with cheap blue suits lol did you wash and iron your suit instead of drycleaning it bruh?! Don’t be mad at me it ain’t my fault someone hurt you. #saynotocyberbullying#saynotokeyboardwarriors#enoughisenough

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