Alright, so Pulse yesterday wrote in their 'Extreme Gossip' column that a certain CEO had asked a singer to abort. As usual, Pulse were too cowardly to name names, and resorted to a guessing game of 'fill in the blanks.'
Pulse said that a "celebrated singer, who has been out of public limelight since last year, is said to be pregnant with the child of the CEO of a leading multi-national company. He has allegedly asked her to abort.
Pulse then went ahead to describe the abortion suspect, saying that according to sources close to the sassy girl — who has in the past been nominated for various awards and dated a famous sports star — besides making hit songs, the star is five months due and the CEO wants to hear none of it.
Then the Kenyan Daily Post went ahead to name the name of the celeb who had 'dated a famous sports star.' They spilled the beans that it was Meg C the Pulse was talking about, since she had once dated Dennis Oliech.
Meg C was enraged by all this, and took to social media to reject these rumors from Pulse Magazine, saying:
"Well these rumours spreading that I am 5 months pregnant & it needs to be aborted... well its so sad that some writers have nothing to say but to attack me with lies.
I AM NOT PREGNANT
Where have i been hiding? And that CEO who's looking for me? Am I not online FB everyday chatting with my fans & posting my flat belly on my new WALL (pictures) OF NEW ME 2013. As I know I am still a widow, and if you saw Sunday Nation Buzz December 16, 2012, you could see my recent interview, no man has asked me out. I am just arranging a ceremony to celebrate my (deceased)husband's life. One more week to his Anniversary na tena nasoma hii. It's so sad you're attacking me with bad lies & I dont have a husband neither a CEO.
Abortion is a crime for God's sake. I have my two children and that's all I know & I am still proud as a mother. If you have no truth about me well here is the truth."