Photos: Lillian Muli
In what seemed like a hint that all was not well with her relationship, she advised netizens not to use their heart to love people and instead let it perform its primary function of pumping blood in the body.
The sassy news anchor also accompanied the post with short video clips, where she was in her car listening to a break up song dubbed 'Kubali' by Lody Music.
The song talks about how after couples break up, sometimes one of the parties may want to force a reunion despite things clearly not working out.
And hence it advises against such practices because no matter what, love can never be forced.
Being obviously touched by the lyrics, Lillian Muli even almost shed some tears as her eyes were already filled by them as shown below.
Even though the sassy mother of 2 never gave more details, the post comes just months after she hinted online that she was dating albeit not yet married.
This was when she had a Q&A session with her followers in May, and one of her fans asked if she was dating.
In her response she said;-
" Very personal question I decided to keep my life super private but I am happy".
Before the disclosure, it is reported that Lillian Muli was previously in 2 relationships that failed to work.
For starters she was married to Moses Kanene on September 2009 and they divorced in January 2016 after being blessed with one child.
She again later remarried Shabana FC boss Jared Nevaton. However their relationship didn't last very long albeit they were blessed with another child.
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