DJ Pierra Makena over the moon as 7-year-old daughter lands her first acting role.

DJ Pierra Makena is a happy mother after her 7-year-old daughter got her first role as an actress.

Pierra used Instagram to share the news with her fans, saying that she is grateful to the team that was able to recognize Ricca’s talent.

Ricca will be joined by actress and comedian Jackie Vike, popularly known as Awinja Nyamwalo. Details about the film are still scarce.

“My moment of tears of joy. Riccas first movie deal, and I am so proud of her. … I can’t express how grateful I am to the casting team and the directors/producers for seeing the talent in my little girl… she is away from me on set for 4 days, and I don’t even know how I feel…. Also knowing she is acting alongside @jackyvike I’m a bit relaxed ☺️ #congratulations my baby @riccapokotofficial” the happy mother captioned the video with her daughter.

In the video, she said goodbye to Ricca as she was being picked up by a bus for a 4-day performance.

It will be remembered that recently Makena said she is not ready to reveal the name of her daughter’s father but said they have met once.

Makena revealed that her daughter is disturbed by frequent questions about her father’s presence but she also said she is able to handle those questions by lying to her that she traveled – a lie which she however admitted she will not continue to lie to her daughter for the rest of her life.

“When she asks such questions about her father, she has a distant idea about her father, but the questions she asks are ‘but have I ever seen him, where is he?’ professional’… I always try to avoid such issues but I also always try to reassure her that ‘you know your father loves you’ just to make sure it doesn’t affect her in a negative way,” she said in an interview with Mungai Eve.

“I believe when she becomes an adult, she will know what the world is like, and I hope she will not come to think of it in a negative way.” She added.

In a recent interview, Pierra Makena shared her perspective on having a second child, expressing her current feelings of guilt and the challenges of handling single parenthood.

She highlighted that her focus is on providing the best for her child and not rushing into expanding her family.

“I will never, and may God help me. I can never take a man to court for child support. I wish I can take him to court for him to love the child. Let them take care of their emotions. I find it very wrong. If me and my child can afford one packet of milk, why should I take him to court so he can bring two and I feel he did it?”

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