Following her ex, Jowie Irungu, being found guilty of Monica Kimani’s murder, model Eleanor Musangi made a curious post on her Instastories which read,
“With God, everything remains the same #possible.”
In 2021, Eleanor also known as Micabella shared a cryptic message directed at her detractors, asserting her strength as a woman.
This came after she had publicly declared that her much derided ‘divine marriage’ to Jowie had ended.
Despite this, she stated that she refused to dwell on self-pity and is focused on her own resilience.
Taking to Instagram at the time, she said, “I (Eleanor Musangi) am a strong woman. I don’t sit around feeling sorry for myself, nor let people mistreat me.
I don’t respond to people who dictate to me or try to bring me down. If I fall, I will rise even stronger because I am a survivor and not a victim. I am in control of my life, and there is nothing I can’t achieve.”
In another post, she confronted disloyal friends, labeling them as ‘Snakes’:
“Snakes don’t hiss anymore… they call you love, babe, sis, bro. These so-called ‘friends’ in my life only know to ask for financial support or inquire about job opportunities.
They update me on gossip or, once I become national headlines, they quickly ask me stupid questions. I have marked you, and your days are numbered.
I will embarrass you to your face and the world. If you come to me again like that, saying, ‘Ella, you are this… Ella, you are that,’ come… I am waiting.”