STATEMENT

Juliani records police statement over 'threats' after Lilian Nganga link

In Summary

• In the cryptic post, Juliani said Kenyans are free to choose what to believe.

• "Asante sana for all who've reached out the past couple of weeks. Mola awazidishie.

Juliani.
Juliani.
Image: JULIANI/ TWITTER

Rapper Juliani has recorded a statement at Kileleshwa police station after he allegedly received threats from unknown people.

On Wednesday, the rapper released a social media post after speculation following photos circulating of him with Machakos Governor Alfred Mutua's ex, Lilian Nganga.

In the cryptic post, Juliani said Kenyans are free to choose what to believe.

"Asante sana for all who've reached out the past couple of weeks. Mola awazidishie.

"No need for a statement about the obvious issue. I know you can think for yourselves. Draw your own conclusions. I believe in you."

The rapper now says that he got threatening phone calls and texts.

Taking to Twitter on Wednesday, the rapper said, "How now can you "iba mtu"?! An intelligent adult with a sound mind."

"The call/text threat on my life today, not funny! "ulinyang'anyana" narrative is false, tired, juicy headlines tuu. Kindly stop!"

Activist Boniface Mwangi went on his Instagram page and shared videos of him with Juliani at Kileleshwa police station.

From the background, you could hear him ask how someone threatens you for loving someone?

"Someone has threatened Juliani for being in love. He has recorded a statement at Kileleshwa police station," he wrote.

In a different video, Boniface shared videos of Juliani with Lilian at a restaurant having a drink.

"Juliani is my friend. No one should be threatened for being spotted with a consenting adult. If you threaten Juliani for sharing pictures we shall post videos. We must respect personal choices. Do what you want to do with your life. Love who you want. It's your life. Love is a personal choice."