Mbwana Yusuf Kilungi, best known by his stage name Mbosso, a Tanzanian singer, has revealed that he is still struggling to accept the idea that he would never see his baby mama again. Mbosso said in an interview that moving on from the death of Boss Martha has always been difficult for him.
"I wish I could resurrect Martha." He said, "She is one woman I miss dearly and it is very tough for me to forget." Mbosso continued by describing how the days have passed since Martha's death two years ago, admitting that he visits Martha's cemetery every anniversary. The visits, he claims, are a unique time for him because they allow him to be vulnerable in her presence.
Mbosso claims that he visits the tomb to express himself and speak with Martha about his difficulties and future ambitions. He went on to say that it makes him feel close to her and that it helps him to relax. "Every 11th of the month, I go for a walk and talk to her at her cemetery." He remarked, "I tell her a lot of stuff, including everything that's going on in my personal life."
Mbosso, who recently stated that he is in a relationship, went on to say that his current girlfriend is aware of his close friendship with Martha. When asked how his partner feels about his grave visits, Mbosso replied she understands that he hasn't entirely moved on.
Source: The Standard
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