Kenyan socialite Amber Ray and her husband Jamal have caused controversy on the Internet after posting pictures and videos of themselves in a private jet. The duo were seen enjoying life, holding hands and acting cozy with each other. Kenyans could not help but react to the posts. Many of them envying that kind of lifestyle. Some of the followers in comment section requested the socialite to adopt them in order for them to enjoy that kind of luxury.
Self proclaimed president of second wives shared their video on her Instagram stories. She accompanied her post with 'running to you' song by chike. The duo who were seen enjoying life to the fullest received mixed reaction from their followers.
As seen on Amber's comment section, some of the fans tagged blogger Edgar Obare to go and collect more news for his blog. Even though some Instagram users positively complimented Amber for how nice she was making progress, others told her not to floss too much as Jamal might replace her soon. Here are a few comments:
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