By Grace Kerongo – The Star
However, the actress hasn’t given any reasons to her suicidal note posted on her Facebook page on Friday.
“Fighting to not commit suicide so kindly let me be. Work continues but I need to be left alone for a while. I invite abusive men to beat me to death please,” she posted, as her friends and fans moved-in swiftly to advice her to drop her deadly wishes.
Nya Migwi Mbuthia told her: “Elle, please talk to someone. You may not know and feel like it but God loves you. I pray right now that whatever weapon formed against you tonite, and in your life, will not prosper in Jesus name, the name that is above every other name. What is your number?”
Melissa Annie Muigai wrote: “Elle Ciiru you are loved. You are accepted. You are valued. You are appreciated. You are special. You are favoured. We are rooting for you!! Cheering you on. Don’t believe the lies the devil is whispering in your ear. Believe in yourself. Keeping you in my prayers.”
Amani Maranga posted: “I’m with all your other friends here. There is a better day coming….#PushOn.”
“Pray, pray Elle Ciiru. God loves you so much. He has good things in store for you. Believe and seek His face and for sure, you will see Him. Let peace, love and prosperity be your portion. God bless you,” wrote Grace Mokaya.
Wrote Mugendi Ann: “No temptation has seized you except what is common to man. God is faithful won’t let you be tempted beyond what you can bear but instead provide a way so that you can stand up under it 1Corithians 10:13…God loves and is concerned about you. Be strong in the Lord. Praying for you dear. All gonna be well in the name of Jesus.”
The post has since been pulled down.