Sherlyne Anyango revealed in his Instagram stories that people should stop frequently asking her about her ex, Obinna. She said she had moved on and that she didn't need a constant reminder about her previous relationship.
Sherlyne decided to relocate to the states a few months ago. Her reason for doing so was to search for greener pastures. Sherlyne and Obinna kept their relationship alive before eventually breaking it off. The reason for the breakup was that the long-distance relationship wasn't working at all.
After their break up, Sherlyne surfaced with a new mzungu boyfriend. They have since been sharing photos and videos of each other having a good time.
In a Q&A a fan asked Sherlyne what was the main reason for her break up with Obinna. She revealed that Obinna behaved badly and she had to move on and look for someone who'd treat her like a queen.
Netizens were not buying this at all. According to them, this was not the main reason for the breakup. Most of them insinuated that Obinna was left because he wasn't wealthy enough. Netizens added that Sherlyne moved on to search for a guy with a deeper pocket compared to her ex.
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