A few hours ago, Betty Kyalo cleared the air by first accepting the fact that she is dating. Betty posted on Instagram a photo of her and showing us one finger of the guy she dating, holding a glass of some drink, perhaps wine or champagne. She asked fans not to zoom and finally accepted that it was a "budesko". However, fans have threatened to zoom this picture until they can see the face of the guy warming her heart. In the photo, Betty seems so happy in that particular relationship.
Miss Kyalo has been stalked so much lately with social media detectives. They wanted to know who she is dating and the person who has been taking photos of her, whenever she goes out alone. Earlier on, the Facebook and Twitter CID's zoomed and identified that this person was a man from a reflection of a front mirror to her car.
Investigations are ongoing and none of her fans have so far revealed the face of this guy. There are just guesses but not that sure. From Betty's picture today of her guy, see what fan her thinks;
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