Anita Nderu is pregnant despite being LGBTQ member
Media personality and TV host Anita Nderu is pregnant and expecting their first child with Barret Raftery. The pregnancy was revealed through an online video portraying her with husband Raftery. The news has sparked an online debate among the netizens who are wondering how they were lied to that she is a member of LGBTQ community. The media personality took to her Instagram and announce her pregnancy through a video shoot months after keeping it under the water.
The video shows Anita flaunting her baby bump which seemingly looks like on it’s final trimester. The video also featured Raftery seated on a well decorated chair on film set and then also posing for a photo with Anita.
The couple put on African culture as the video reveals the outfits were made with Nigerian and Maasai beads. In addition, Anita had paintings of African prints all over her body.
Bro is this a pregnancy reveal or a movie trailer? Anita Nderu is extra pic.twitter.com/V9GcmtQH9c— Fafa Mukuru (@osoroKE) July 11, 2022
Raftery Barret proposed to Anita in March 2021 and in September they both walked down the aisle in a wedding Nanyuki which came after the traditional Kikuyu wedding.
The wedding was graced by family members and close friends who turned up to witness the lovebirds exchange their marriage vows. In social media Anita introduced her man in post where she wrote;
“Everything about you makes my heart melt with happiness. I wanted to cherish my human and keep him to myself for as long as I could since the cat is out of the bag now, at least spell his name right. He is Mr. Barrett Raftery.”
Anita Nderu sparked an online debate in December 2020 when she disclosed that she was a member of the LGBTQ community. Anita didn’t disclose much information when she tweeted asking for the consideration of the LGBTQ community in Kenya. She simply wrote; “I hope my kids never have to go through what I have gone through for being LGBTQ+,”.
That tweet sparked many discussions with many people digging deep and questioning her religion and whether she conforms to community norms.