Lillian Muli has made peace with herself and those affected by her social media outburst last December when she called the father of her child a community husband.
According to the Citizen TV news anchor, she is not proud of her actions and wishes she could it all back.
“My recent outburst was my lowest moment, and I am not so proud of it because I had Kenyans speaking about it,” Lillian said.
The mother of two further acknowledged that she is weak but she is working on herself.
“I can’t say it did not happen but I have made peace that it happened. If I could take it back I would, but I cannot act like it didn’t happen ’cause, of course, something that I am not proud of happened that made me react that way,” she said in an in an interview with Malkia Africa.
“I have made peace with myself and with the affected persons because some of these things affect even the family. I am a weak person but I am learning. I hope the affected will also make peace with me as well and even forget about it.”
The TV presenter added that she looks forward to being cautious on social media.
“I think sometimes I underestimate my brand, even with the knowledge about social media power, especially now. As a word of caution to any upcoming brand, anytime you are emotional, take your time before posting anything on social media,” she said.