After years of keeping her relationship matters under the wraps, celebrated Kenyan actress Wanjiku Stephens alias Vanessa Hausa has finally given netizens a sneak peak of it.
Photos: Wanjiku Stephens
The award-winning former Maria series actress infact did this few hours ago, when she took to her insta stories and shared a 10-second video clip of herself with a mysterious Mzungu man.
According to the video the two were spending sometime together at some undisclosed location, and while at it even shared a steamy smooch as seen in the link below.
Photo: Wanjiku Stephens and the Mzungu man sharing a smooch.
What was clear about the post however is that the sassy actress hid the man's face with a like, and this was in a move to probably hide his identity.
Wanjiku Stephens however gushed over him in a caption, and said that he was her best friend forever and boasted of their couple goals.
In another caption the actress tagged their videographer, and hinted that things are currently not well between her and the Mzungu man because she messed up.
"@fatma_jamia our videographer. I was loved I messed up. Life" Wanjiku Stephens wrote.
In her post however, Fatma Jamia confirmed that the two are still a couple.
"Auuuw y'all such a cute couple" she wrote.
As mentioned above, this was a rare post by Wanjiku Stephens to introduce netizens to her love life.
Previously in interviews that she had, she made it clear on numerous occasions that she was in a relationship.
However she never gave more information about the love of her life, or introduced him openly.
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