12 June 2018

Kenya: Beer Empire Socialite Anerlisa Muigai Hits Back At Ex-Lover With 'Bad Sex' Comment

Photo: Anerlisa Muigai/Instagram
Anerlisa Muigai.

Keroche Breweries heiress Anerlisa Muigai has gone ham on her ex-boyfriend whom she accuses of allegedly selling stories about her to media outlets.

Anerlisa on Monday sensationally claimed that her ex-lover, only known as Don, was paid Sh20, ooo by unknown journalists to air her dirty linen.

The socialite claimed the Sh20k Don received from the journalists leaks is far less than the monthly upkeep she used to pay him during their relationship.


The bare knuckle attack on her ex-boyfriend comes amid media reports that Anerlisa is bisexual.

In her Insta stories post, the socialite hinted at Don's 'poor performance in bed'.

"So someone is selling my stories for 20k because they are bitter I dumped them. At least my upkeep for you was higher."

She added: "And if at all I dumped you for a lesbo, your D game must have been (shares two thumps down emoji's)."

Anerlisa Muigai, broke up with Don in May after just six months of dating. The relationship was dogged in controversy from the start after a woman accused Anerlisa of stealing her husband.


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