Kenyan YouTuber and influencer Natalie Tewa has recently raised eyebrows after parading an adorable ring on her finger.
Photos: Natalie Tewa
Taking to her insta stories she uploaded a photo of herself while seated in her car holding the steering wheel.
What was clearly seen however was the ring which she donned in the middle finger of her left hand as shown below.
The post conspicously came just hours after she sweetly bade farewell to her alleged Mzungu bae Pálmar Ragnarssón.
The hunk jetted out of the county on October 1st 2021 and went back to his native country Iceland.
Photos: Natalie Tewa and Pálmar Ragnarssón
During his last day in the country Pálmar Ragnarssón spent time with Natalie Tewa, and she even helped him in selecting and purchasing some Kenyan artefacts which he went with.
Seeing him off in a sweet way, the voluptuous YouTuber even gave him a gift in a black box as shown below.
The duo had been rumoured to be dating secretly for sometime after they were spotted on many occasions going on vacations together.
However they never confirmed or denied the speculations. The information that they had put out there is that they were just vlogging as they enjoyed their experiences together.
Hence it's not yet clear whether the ring was a secret special gift from him too.
What is clear however is that in some of her latest photos online, Natalie Tewa had never donned the lovely ring before
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