Kenyan rapper Natalie Florence, better known as Notiflow has finally confirmed her break up with girlfriend King Alami. The rapper has disclosed that the separation was inevitable due to Alami's brutal character.
The two has since deleted each other's photos on their Instagram pages. On May this year Notiflow came out to introduce king Alami as her new lover to the public. She shared lovely videos of both of them getting naughty and their love seemed perennial one when Notiflow shared a video of king Alami getting a tattoo of her name.
They also moved together to spice up their relationship. Noti has now taken to Instagram to confirm that they are no longer an item. In an an Instagram Q&A , she claimed that she's not longer in a relationship.she continued to add that she is taking a break from dating. The two has been dating public without ear of their sexuality and gender but now things seems to have gone south and there is a problem in paradise.
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