Calling it quits. It happens all the time. Fans were obsessed with Tyler Mbaya’s brother, Mungai Mbaya and model Mo Aisha relationship. They were gorgeous, they were cool before calling it quit after nearly four years of dating.
In a a recent interview, Mungai Mbaya for the first time spilt beans on what led to their separation. Speaking to Eve Mungai on her YouTube channel, Mbaya revealed the loss of their child was what contributed to their breakup.
They were blessed with a baby boy on 28th May 2021 and the following month exactly the same date he was born, they lost him. Their relationship begun to hit the rock bottom since they were both battling trauma hence they saw it was better to walk separate ways.
"Hapo ndio the beginning of the end after losing the child. Isha background ametoka akona trauma fulani. So unapata mko na trauma kibao. Inakuwa ningumu kusaidia mwingine.
Imewahit pamoja, imewachanganya. Mnaanza kuwa distant coz pia how msee ana cope si the same for everybody.
Eventually mnafika mahali and you are both not happy. So genuinely I want her to be happy, atakama sio na mimi. Ata ikuume aje hio ndio kitu una owe huyo msee kama unampenda. Hii staff sio jealous, sio pingu za maisha, mnaweza move on. Hio ndio ilikuwa the last blow."
He, however, clarified that they are on good terms and they still talk.
"Unless mlikosana vibaya huyu ndio msee amekuwa close to you. Tumedate four years. Huyu ndio msee ulikuwa unaongea na yeye daily na kaa kuna respect bado mnaweza kuwa na your own form of relationship. If you've had like a kid with somebody huyu msee mko linked forever. We talk"
When asked if they were ever going to get back together, this was his response,
"Saa hii nikiicheki ni ngumu. You never know."
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