‘Don’t be witches but bless them’, former Gospel singer Julie Mutesasira has requested online gossips to stop fronting her failed marriage issues with husband Steven Mutesasira in her children success.
The couple divorced in 2016 and Julie relocated to Canada, leaving her three children behind with their father, also the senior pastor of Appointed Upper Room Church, Kamwokya.
Recently her eldest kids, Esther (14) and Ezekiel (11) Mutesasira made Uganda proud after winning the first edition of East Africa Got Talent (EAGT) that happened in Nairobi, Kenya on October 6, 2019.
The siblings went home with a USD50,000 (Shs184 million) grand prize which was set for the winner after defeating the other finalists – Intayoberana (Rwanda) Jannell Tamara (Kenya), DNA (Uganda), Jehovah Shalom (Uganda) and Spellcast (Kenya).
Given that Mutesasira, the mother has been very silent throughout Esther and Ezekiel’s EAGT auditions and win, social media gossips had started to provoke her by relating her silence to her failed marriage.
However, through her social media platform on Wednesday, Mutesasira claimed that she is used to social media’s fake stories, but people should respect her silence and leave her children out of drama for they are still very young.
“Put me down if it makes you feel good, say all you want to about me but, please let my children be out of all the evil you speak because they are innocent. Don’t be a witch but bless them.
“I will still be quiet, say all the negatives you want to say. In my life I hate fights. I don’t wedge wars but my God fights and when he does its pressed down, shaken together and runs over,” she noted.
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