The Kenyan entertainment industry has been full of drama, controversies and clout chasing from various artists who want to gain more followers and fame.
Today, Comedian Mulamwah's girlfriend, Caro Sonnie has left Kenyand stunned after reportedly stating that she had parted ways with his boyfriend two months after giving birth to their first born baby.
According to Nairobi Gossip Club podcast, Carol Sonnie announced the break up with a statement that read: "This is to make it clear that mulamwa and I are no longer together. We have both agreed and decided to part ways for reasons best known to us. Thank you so much for the love and support you gave us for those 4years, I personally don’t take it for granted .
To mulamwa, Thank you so much for letting me be part of your life for those year I appreciate sana and I’ll forever treasure the memories. In your next step in life, I wish you nothing but the best. Keeping winning and God bless every step of your life."
However, Kenyans were not pleased by this information as some called it theatrics and clout chasing which they are used to. Take a look at some reactions;
Joel Maina: " Attention seekers.we know you . Nothing like break up,they want to get more followers."
Paul: "Something is cooking, looking for YouTube views."
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