The controversial blogger has denied all pregnancy reports saying its funny how people want to report just about anything without any proof. Instead, Bandy confessed that the only reason why her tummy seem bigger than normal in the picture she posted on february 10; is because she has a 13cm fibroid which she hopes will be dealt with pretty soon.
The publisher of Kinnaka’s Blog took to her Facebook wall on February 11 to write this lengthy explanation:
“I am not pregnant! – I just have a 13cm FIBROID.
It is so sad how we are so quick to make conclusions about others and especially when it relates to ones well and self being. I recently made a post showing my “protruding” belly and fans/critics have been swift to spread the word about me being pregnant. Worst of it is the majority insinuating that “Kiki, the famous Lesbian, is pregnant” – and seeking to discredit my sexuality. It is really sad and depressing, to say the least, especially for the weak hearted, how public opinions can quickly turn around a crisis situation for their own gains and especially without any proper verification.
A few people within my clique have advised me against sharing my story but well, I think sharing it can inspire or empower someone.
I have always had a big bottom and a small top for as long as I can remember. About 4 years ago, I started noticing changes on my lower belly. It was growing bigger and I felt bloated all the time. As the years went by it went bigger and a part of me thought my body is just changing with age.
After about two years later, I started feeling lower back pain and my lower belly was really hard. I was advised to consult my Doctor, which I did. I went through a series of medical tests ranging from pregnancy, HIV and much more yet they couldn’t find out what was wrong with me at the time.
Fast-forward to 2016…I went shopping and fainted at the town centre. I was rushed to the hospital where I was blood tested and found with an alarming low rate of iron. I was then referred to see a Gynecologist who then discovered the 13cm Fibroid in me. And since then it has been a battle for strength, survival and against stereotypes.
I have been on several regiments and medications in attempts to shrink it and/ or dissolve it. None have proven successful. Other recommendations including surgery have been brought to light but I am yet to make the best decision for myself. I have read so much about it – attended forums and seminars about it as it seems to affect so many women out there with no easy cure to it.
So, I am reaching out incase someone is dealing or has dealt with this malaise and how are they coping? What solutions are possible? What advise can I share or gain from someone out there?
As for the stereotypes and insults, I have grown beyond them all. I hope my critics find more meaningful resources to share than always finding ways to discredit my sexuality. And for the record, being a lesbian doesn’t mean you can not bring a child into this world. I will hope we grow beyond out naivety and ignorance to become more knowledgeable in this changing world.”