Nairobi Lady Broke Up With Her Young Boyfriend After She Saw Him Doing This In School
By ModernRogue | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 0 views
There was drama in Nairobi after a lady allegedly jilted his boyfriend after she realized he had another girlfriend. According to reports by NTV Kenya, the lady had fallen in love with a young boy.
She went to the extent of paying even school fees for him. They had allegedly agreed to get engaged later in life after the young man was done with school.
However, all their plans got ruined when the lady came to learn about the other girlfriend just before she paid school fees for the boyfriend.
Netizens had mixed reactions after learning about the incident.
Karlisto said: The problem was that, you took an underage and decided to take him back to school as a good and caring parent. Then fortunately, he got a girlfriend, so as a caring parent, just support them.
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