It took Comedian Mulamwah a few hours to move on after Carroll Sonie confirmed their break-up.
Taking to social media, the funny man posted the photo of his new girlfriend alongside him.
He went on to caption with a long message, highlighting the importance of a new beginning while letting the dust settle down after the break-up.
"To new beginnings, Rely upon the heart ♥️. Let the dust settle now,” the comedian captioned a photo with his new bae.
This got several Kenyans by a surprise, as they believed the content creator had invented the whole story to chase clout.
Caroll Sonie had earlier written a long text, confirming the break-up explaining that the two decided to end their 4-year-old relationship for reasons best known to them, wishing the comedian, all the best in his future endeavours.
This is not their first break-up, Mulamwah took to social media to announce the end of the relationship last year.
They later reconciled and on August 20th, welcomed a baby girl named, Keilah Oyando.
Below are some of the reactions from the netizens, as they accuse Mulamwah of clout chasing.
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