- Singer Otile Brown still mourning the loss of his baby.
- The singer expressed his grief and reflected on the impact this loss has had on him.
- Otile Brown disclosed that the unborn baby was a boy and expressed how much he would have cherished the bond between them.
Kenyan R&B musician Otile Brown has recently shared a deeply personal and tragic experience, as he mourns the loss of his unborn baby.Just days after announcing the pregnancy on his Instagram page, Otile Brown took to social media once again to reveal the devastating news.
In a series of heartfelt Instagram stories on July 9, the singer expressed his grief and reflected on the impact this loss has had on him.
Via a statement on his Instagram page, Otile Brown disclosed that the unborn baby was a boy and expressed how much he would have cherished the bond between them.
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“It was a boy, dah!… It’s all good. Would have been my bestie,” Otile Brown wrote
He referred to the child as his potential best friend, further highlighting the deep connection he had already formed with his unborn son.
Why Otile Brown’s partner blames him for their son’s loss
The renowned singer then shared that the mother of his unborn baby placed the blame on him for the loss, citing his announcement on social media as a contributing factor.
He reflected on how the mother of his unborn baby made him believe that the negative energy on social media had contributed to their loss.
The singer revealed that he initially believed her accusations and experienced guilt for sharing the news on a public platform.
Otile Brown admitted to developing a negative view of social media following this heartbreaking experience.
“At first, I hated social media because she hated me and made me believe that it’s all the social media bad energy… and I kind of believed it because, for someone who never advertises his life that much on social media, this one time I was excited and randomly decided to post about it while my heart was telling me not to. It had me feeling guilty,” he wrote.