Kenyan social influencer cum entrepreneur Amber Ray is in love. This is after she shared a message on her Instagram that left her fans shocked in disbelief.
Amber Ray posted a message about submission of a wife to her husband. According to her message, submission is not obedience, rather, it is a form of wisdom only know to the wife of a man. It is a field set up by a man for a woman to rest and enjoy life.
It is a message that left her fans amazed because they didn't expect Amber Ray to be submissive of all people. Some of the fan's reactions were humorous.“Mungu ni mwema Kama huyu ni wewe unatype hivi.” wanjiru.caro_line commented. Hesborn wrote, “Mmefika hadi kwa poems!! Hii ni kama imework.”
This comes a few days after Amber Ray and her businessman fiancee Kennedy Rapudo announced that they are expecting their first child together.
Amber Ray and Kennedy Rapudo got engaged last year when Rapudo proposed to her while on a vacation in Dubai.
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