You can never miss some hot tea (gossip) on blogger Edgar Obares page. It's like he has eyes everywhere because his followers are the ones who collect gossip and report to him without him asking. Severally, he has gotten in trouble but he seems to love what he does more than he fears the police.
So today he exposed Betty Kyallo and his alleged current boyfriend after a fan send him some photos of them at his house. We all know celebs want to make their relationships public at their own time. The guy in question is a well known lawyer who goes by the name Nick Ndenda and he allegedly broke up with his former girlfriend about a week ago. Those who know him well claim he also had a vasectomy meaning he just wants to mess around with women.
Betty didn't seem to care about the expose. She even claimed the guy loves her so much and gossipers should continue doing what pays them.
It's her life and she is the one who will cry if it's the guy's game right?
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