Tanzanian actress Fridah Kajala Majanja has caused stir online with a post revealing she is heartbroken. Taking to her page, Fridah stated how she managed to fix a heart that she did not break.
Sadly, her heart was broken in the process. She then went ahead to tag her daughter Paula Kajala on the post, stating that she missed her.
This post comes just hours after the two, Paula and Fridah shared similar posts on their Instagram stories. Taking to her page, Paula made a prayer, asking God to remove from her life those who are lying to her. She also asked God to remove those using her for their irk personal gains.
In her post, she also asked God to do away with those who gossip about her when she is not around. The part of her post that has attracted the attention is where she is praying to God to remove those who pretend to love her in her life.
In a move that is raising eyebrows, this same post was also shared by her mother, Frida Kajala Majanja. Frida's post follows one where she took a swipe at cheaters.
Does this mean something is not right in Paula's relationship with Rayvanny? Who is her mother talking about? There seem to be more behind their posts.
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