Renowned gospel singer Muigai Wa Njoroge, known for his soul-stirring music and polygamous lifestyle, finds himself and his wives embroiled in a social media storm.
The controversy emerged during the launch of his first wife Njeri’s Woman of Courage Foundation when Muigai’s mother paid a glowing tribute to Njeri, leaving some questioning the recognition of his second wife, Queen Stacey.
The event became a platform for familial acknowledgment and appreciation, with Muigai’s mother expressing confidence in Njeri as a worthy successor to care for her son and grandchildren.
“I know when I will leave this world, I have a woman to leave my children with,” She emotionally stated, leaving attendees moved by her heartfelt prayer.
However, the warm praise for Njeri sparked a reaction on Queen Stacey’s TikTok page, where followers questioned her position within the family.
Some criticized the apparent lack of acknowledgment from Muigai’s mother, leading Queen Stacey to respond assertively, reminding them that she is married to Muigai, not his mother-in-law.
In a firm statement, Queen Stacey addressed the trolls, saying, “Do you want me to cry because of prayers? I am married to Muigai, not the mother-in-law. One day, if she likes, she will be happy about me.”
During the same event, Njeri expressed gratitude to her mother-in-law, describing her as a great woman.
She emotionally thanked her for welcoming her into the family and treating her like a firstborn daughter.
Muigai Wa Njoroge himself took the opportunity to appreciate Njeri for accepting Queen Stacey as his second wife.
He expressed gratitude that Njeri did not oppose his decision to have another wife, highlighting the importance of acceptance in their polygamous family structure.