Marini naturals founder Michelle Ntalami has shared details of the relationship she had with murdered LGBTQ activist and fashion model Edwin Chiloba.
Ntalami shared through her Instagram that Edwin had been her friend.Their friendship started after she shared a personal story that inspired Chiloba who looked for her and kickstarted their relationship.
She shared a photo of her and Chiloba on valentine's day 2022 where Chiloba travelled all the way from Eldoret to Nairobi to gift her the bouquet of flowers.She also revealed how in June 2022 Chiloba was eager to celebrate her birthday.
Michelle Ntalami revealed some of the dreams Edwin Chiloba had in the fashion industry such as being a global fashion icon and competing in great runaways such as Milan and New York.Ntalami also threw shade at Chiloba's lover who is currently the main suspect in his murder.She opined that it was heartbreaking to see that his life was ended by the one who claimed to be in love with him.
"Edwin, you had big dreams that you shared with me. Dreams of being a global fashion icon and making it to the runways of Milan and New York. We were getting you there.It’s heartbreaking to see that yes, you have now finally been recognized globally, but in such a tragic way. Painful, that he who claimed to love you broke your heart over and over, and eventually took your life. We talked about it so many times. That was not love. But that pure heart of yours would not let go. Oh darling," Ntalami poured out.
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