Socialite Corazon Kwamboka is on the trending list today after she posted a photo yesternight of her eating Ugali and Mala for supper.Critics then responded quickly and concluded that her fiancee had neglected her when she needs him most.Currently,the socialite is heavily pregnant.
For those who may not know, the two who are happily dating tend to live a weird life since they don't live in the same house.Not because they are in conflict, it's just their own personal decision.So they only visit one another once in a while.(Photo via Nairobi gossip club)
She posted, "Mala and Ugali will have to do Sina nguvu ya kupika"After her story got attention from different bloggers like Edgar Obare and Nairobi gossip club she decide to hit back. "Gosh! Kwani there is something wrong with Ugali and Mala?Y'all used to people showing you only the glam lifestyle.weve always lived separately and have always talked about this.My fiance is super supportive to me.That now clears the air, the two are not in conflict.
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